exclosure

ex·clo·sure

English syllables. 2014.

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  • exclosure — [eks klō′zhər] n. [ EX 1 + (EN)CLOSURE] an area protected against the entrance of intruders, as animals …   English World dictionary

  • Exclosure — An exclosure, in an area being used extensively for grazing, is a limited area from which cattle (and sometimes wildlife) are excluded by fencing. Exclosures are sometimes constructed by government agencies that manage ranching on public lands a… …   Wikipedia

  • exclosure — /ik skloh zheuhr/, n. an area protected against intruders, as by fences. [1915 20; EX 1 + closure, modeled on ENCLOSURE] * * * …   Universalium

  • exclosure — noun an enclosed area for protection or shelter from dangerous animals, especially referring to being fenced …   Wiktionary

  • exclosure — [ɪk skləʊʒə, ɛk ] noun Forestry an area from which unwanted animals are excluded …   English new terms dictionary

  • exclosure — /ɛksˈkloʊʒə/ (say eks klohzhuh) noun an area fenced to prevent animals getting into it, as to prevent feral animals from attacking farm animals, or domestic animals from stripping vegetation. {ex 1 + (en)closure} …   Australian English dictionary

  • exclosure —   n. area fenced to keep out unwanted animals …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • exclosure — n. Forestry etc. an area from which unwanted animals are excluded. Etymology: EX (1) + ENCLOSURE …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ponderosa pine in the Salt Cabin Park Exclosure area — The Ponderosa Pine Community is at an elevation of 2100 2700 meters and is an important community considering that some wildlife and grasses are only found in Ponderosa Pine stands. Forestry managementForestry management, range, recreation, and… …   Wikipedia

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