- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mow.
“This means thatsome evidence of potential economic reclamation exists on these sites, such as mowed fields or improved structures, but specific land use was not clear.”
“Once I got on the field I saw that since I was there yesterday some of the grass had been mowed which is a shame, but it was just around the edges so that was okay.”
“The sheep behind the pasture-bars sent their greeting over the dewy fields, and the cows in the yard "mowed" placidly as they stirred one another with soft, slow movements.”
“During the World War I years First Lady Edith Wilson kept the White House lawn "mowed" by letting her family's sheep graze freely on the grounds.”
“mowed' the weeds very fast, eating two thirds of their length in about 4 hours.”
“He had run against the Hubert Humphreys and Scoop Jacksons in the Democratic primaries, and he mowed them all down because the public wanted something new.”
“So I dragged the lawnmower out of the garage and I mowed the front yard and then I ran up to my father asking for my money.”
“The road from the north curved a little to the east just there, and the road from the west swung out a little to the south; so that the grave, with its tall red grass that was never mowed, was like a little island; and at twilight, under a new moon or the clear evening star, the dusty roads used to look like soft gray rivers flowing past it.”
“All up and down the street, the mowed green lawns sat in neat squares in front of each individual house.”
“He mowed the lawn and took out the trash, he did the laundry and the grocery shopping, he paid the bills and fees for my after-school activities.”
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