Definition Of boscage
massed trees or shrubs.
the lush subtropical boscage
Example Of boscage
A French concept, the boscage allowed ladies to walk in the heat of the day under the cool shade of the trees.
‘There is more fun at Corke Lodge’ writes Jane Powers, The Irish Times, where ‘the "ancient garden" of box parterres is punctuated by melancholy gothic follies, and emerges eerily from the dense boskage of evergreen oaks, myrtles, and a writhing cork oak tree with deeply corrugated bark.’
Charles and Sebastian form a strong attachment and probably - although the relationship is kept behind its own screen of boskage in both the book and the series - become lovers.
Desert terrain, boscage and fields in Normandy, destroyed urban centers, a naval facility in Norway, and other locations will be presented to the player throughout the course of the game.
Mike Downey and with contract forester Joseph Zorzin of Peru, Rausch and the Gould Farm staff and guests have achieved what the foresters consider an ideal boscage .