grazed, past participle; grazes, 3rd person singular present; grazing, present participle; grazed, past tense;
Scrape the skin of (a part of the body) so as to break the surface but cause little or no bleeding
she fell down and grazed her knees
Touch or scrape lightly in passing
his hands just grazed hers
A slight injury where the skin is scraped
it'll be fine, it's only a graze
crop: feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
a superficial abrasion
the act of grazing
break the skin (of a body part) by scraping; "She was grazed by the stray bullet"
scrape gently; "graze the skin"
browse: eat lightly, try different dishes; "There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing"
Grazing generally describes a type of predation in which a herbivore feeds on plants (such as grasses), and also on other multicellular autotrophs (such as algae). ...
The act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing; A light abrasion; a slight scratch; To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for; To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture); to browse; To tend (cattle, etc. ...
(Grazing) Snacking on items, such as croutons, tortillas, breadsticks, crackers, sauces, and whatever else might be on the sidebar or along the expo line.
(Grazing) A method of feeding by herbivores
(Grazing) Any vegetated land that is grazed or that has the potential to be grazed by animals.
(Grazing) Fields where horses are turned out to eat the grass
(Grazing) Going from party to party for free appetizers in lieu of a proper dinner. ee also: Whore D’Oeuvres, below.
(Grazing) Light that is placed to shine across a surface such as a brick or stucco walls, or natural surfaces such as tree bark to bring out the depth of their texture.
(Grazing) Positioning of a light source in a vertical direction close to a surface to highlight surface texture
(Grazing) Putting lighting close to a wall aimed to bring out the texture in the wall.
(Grazing) Quickly sampling a variety of programs using remote controls while viewing.
(Grazing) Sequoia Riverlands Trust uses cattle grazing as a land management tool that, when used with care, can ensure the health of native grass communities.
(Grazing) The act of constantly flipping through TV channels, watching several shows at once, brought on by the ease of remote-control units and the wider viewing selection that cable TV offers.
(Grazing) The use of land for pasture of horses, cattle, sheep, goats, and/or other domestic herbivorous animals, alone or in conjunction with agricultural pursuits.
(Grazing) This is a type of lifestyle which is looked down upon by the rest of the vampiric community in which a vampire randomly and without discretion feeds upon unscreened donors or sources typically picked up in nightclubs and Goth bars.
(Grazing) the ingestion of grass by herbivore mammals.
(grazing) (in community ecology: Specialization in grazing)
(grazing) eating growing plants
(grazing) the use of grasses and other plants to feed wild or domestic herbivores such as deer, sheep and cows.