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  • We should place food before them and leave them to browse. Cited from The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day, by Evelyn Underhill
  • He saw their horses browsing at some little distance from them. Cited from The Big Brother, by George Cary Eggleston
  • Check with your online bank to see if they follow your browsing history.
  • Otherwise, he would grow until he could browse off the trees in the moon. Cited from Back to Methuselah, by George Bernard Shaw
  • He felt that browsing was an important part of the library experience.
  • The following list of book titles suggests some good library browsing for you. Cited from Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year, by E.C. Hartwell
  • As to my general education outside the school I browsed about as best I could. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White Volume I
  • At a little distance off their animals were browsing upon the grass. Cited from The Boy Hunters, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • It is also possible to browse public user-created points of interest.
  • He makes his way to a local gun shop, and browses through the selection.
  • Users will be able to search and browse the full text of these works.
  • Combined with its own search engine, users can search resources and browse them online.
  • What does an animal do, and what does it not do, when it "browses"? Cited from A Librarian's Open Shelf, by Arthur E. Bostwick
  • As I was browsing through the books, I came across a most interesting thing.
  • Well, they can be turned out into the highway to browse, and earn their own living. Cited from Peck's Compendium of Fun, by George W. Peck
  • It is a book that can be browsed on again and again, but hardly ever without this thought. Cited from George Borrow, by Edward Thomas
  • Are you going out with us in the boat or would you prefer to browse about a little longer? Cited from A Fool and His Money, by G.B. McCutcheon
  • During the morning or evening, they would browse for food.
  • Then leaving the poor creatures to browse as best they could, the party prepared to move upon the house. Cited from Old Caravan Days, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • A small updated browsing collection of books help residents to pass the time.
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Meaning of browse

  • noun Vegetation (such as young shoots, twigs, and leaves) that is suitable for animals to eat
    a deer needs to eat twenty pounds of browse every day
  • noun Reading superficially or at random
  • noun The act of feeding by continual nibbling
  • verb Look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular
    browse a computer directory, surf the internet or the world wide web
  • verb Eat lightly, try different dishes
    There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing