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ensilage

noun en·si·lage \ˈen(t)-s(ə-)lij, for 1 also in-ˈsī-lij\

Definition of ENSILAGE

1
:  the process of preserving fodder by ensiling
2
:  silage

Origin of ENSILAGE

French, from ensiler to ensile, from en- + silo silo, from Spanish
First Known Use: 1876

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