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silage

noun si·lage \ˈsī-lij\

: food for farm animals that is stored inside a silo

Full Definition of SILAGE

:  fodder converted into succulent feed for livestock through processes of anaerobic acid fermentation (as in a silo)

Origin of SILAGE

short for ensilage
First Known Use: 1884

Rhymes with SILAGE

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