high–grading

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noun high–grad·ing \ˈhī-ˈgrā-diŋ\

Definition of high–grading

  1. :  the practice of selecting only the most healthy or valuable individuals in harvesting a natural resource (as timber or fish)

1974

First Known Use of high–grading

1974


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