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1yardage

noun yard·age \ˈyär-dij\

Definition of YARDAGE

1
:  the use of a livestock enclosure for animals in transit provided by a railroad at a station
2
:  a charge made by a railroad for the use of a livestock enclosure

Origin of YARDAGE

1yard
First Known Use: 1866

2yardage

noun

Definition of YARDAGE

1
a :  an aggregate number of yards
b :  the length, extent, or volume of something as measured in yards
2

Origin of YARDAGE

4yard
First Known Use: 1900

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