Sow

Antonyms of SOW

Examples of usage:

  1. Jason next proceeded to sow the dragon's teeth and plow them in. "A Fleece of Gold Five Lessons from the Fable of Jason and the Golden Fleece" by Charles Stewart Given
  2. When the King heard of their poverty, he presented them with a piece of land, which she and her father dug up, and intended to sow with a little corn and grain of that kind. "Household Tales by Brothers Grimm" by Grimm Brothers
  3. Even this was, all so strangely, part of the lift and the swell, as tragedy has but to be of a pure enough strain and a high enough connection to sow with its dark hand the seed of greater life. "Notes of a Son and Brother" by Henry James
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