(In France) pastureland divided into small hedged fields interspersed with groves of trees.
- There was a sprinkling of roadside crosses and the bocage, the thick hedges along the roadsides, could hardly have been more bosky.
- It is bocage country, still densely wooded, with small pastures intersected by deep leafy lanes.
- The British Second Army was still stalled in front of Caen and the American First Army was mired in the swamps and bocage of the lower Cotentin Peninsula.
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