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fencerow

Line breaks: fence|row
Pronunciation: /ˈfɛnsrəʊ
 
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Definition of fencerow in English:

noun

North American
An uncultivated strip of land on each side of and below a fence: wayside fencerows, vacant lots, or roadside ditches
More example sentences
  • Perennial weeds often occur first at the edges of crop fields, near fencerows and wooded areas.
  • Forests, fields, orchards, fencerows, hedgerows, islands, railroad tracks, floodplains and grown-over strip mines are just some of the places the white and giant morels can be found.
  • For example, chipmunks and white-footed mice in an agricultural landscape used wooded fencerows to travel between forest patches.

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