bori, pori, phori, porwch, boroch, bora’, borasit, borasid, borasent, borasem, borasech, borasant, borasai, borant, boran, boraist, borais, borai, boraf, borasom, boro, borith, borir, boriff, borid, boret, borest, borasoch, borer, borent, boren, borem, bored, borech, boraswn, borodd, poran, borom, boron, boront, borwch, borwn, borwyd, borwyf, borych, pawr, pora, pora’, poraf, porai, porais, bawr, bora, porant, porasai, porasant, porasech, porasem, porasent, porasid, porasit, porasoch, porasom, poraswn, porech, pored, porem, poraist, porwn, porent, porer, pores, porest, poret, porid, poriff, porir, porith, poro, poroch, porodd, porom, poron, phorasem, phoret, phorasant, phorasai, phorant, phoran, phoraist, phorais, poront, phoraf, phora’, phora, phawr, porych, porwyf, porwyd, phorai, phorasech, poren, phorasent, phorasid, phorasit, phorasoch, phorasom, phoraswn, phorech, phored, phorem, phoren, phorent, phorer, phores, phorest, bores, phorid, phoriff, phorir, phorith, phoro, phoroch, phorodd, phorom, phoron, phoront, phorwch, phorwn, phorwyd, phorwyf, phorychpori, mhori
Noun(1) vegetation (such as young shoots, twigs, and leaves(2) reading superficially or at random(3) the act of feeding by continual nibbling
Verb(1) shop around; not necessarily buying(2) feed as in a meadow or pasture(3) look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular(4) eat lightly, try different dishes
(1) Wild herbs blanket the ground, providing plentiful browse for deer.(2) Even a casual browse of the pamphlet gets one's linguistic antennae tingling.(3) Delicious breads, oils, cheeses, dips, local and organic produce will be on offer - everyone is invited to browse through the fair at leisure.(4) I think London for lunch and a long browse at the British Museum.(5) In addition, they could swim the roughest rivers, pack heavy equipment, and browse on greasewood or thorny brush that other animals could not eat.(6) A quick browse on any of the massively profitable dating websites illustrates the size of the problem faced by American women today.(7) Those who persevere or browse further than the main listings, will find some of the most fascinating chunks of the book.(8) a browse through the sports pages(9) the brochure is well worth a browse(10) We went on, stopping occasionally to browse , and I was successfully dissuading myself from buying anything when I saw it.(11) An essential stop on the road to West Clare is the town of Ennis, and no visit would be complete without a browse around Custy's Traditional Music Shop.(12) If one tickles your sense of curiosity, humour, or intellect, have a browse through the archives for much more.(13) They are entirely herbivorous, feeding largely on grass and some browse .(14) African rhinos tend to feed low to the ground whereas Asian rhinos usually browse on leaves.(15) I generally use the internet for business research, and always promise myself a browse around some designer fashion sites.(16) O how I envy those people who can get up have a leisurely breakfast of something healthy and wholesome, browse through the papers before stress free, amble through the park to work.
(1) browse around :: bori o gwmpas
1. look around ::
edrych o gwmpas
3. graze ::
4. surfing ::
5. surf ::
6. shop ::
1. gaze ::
2. stare ::
Different Formsbrowse, browsed, browses, browsing
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