from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. somebody who mows
- n. a lawnmower
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, mows; a mowing machine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who mows.
- n. A mowing-machine.
- n. One who mows, mocks, or makes grimaces.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. garden tool for mowing grass on lawns
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Worx says the mower is ideal for lawns of about 1/3 acre.
Anyway, operating a gas mower is notoriously bad for your hearing, it's a good activity for which to wear properly inserted earplugs.
I’m not saying the government shouldn’t be involved at all, but telling me how a lawn mower is made is pushing it for me.
Or perhaps call them at 11: 00pm to find out if that great John Deere riding mower is going to be included in the sale because hey, that’s a valid reason to wake up your Realtor, right?
If you own a recalled mower, stop using it immediately and call your local Honda dealer to arrange for a free repair.
If you own a recalled mower, stop using it immediately.
And they must be used as whetting is by the mower, that is, only so far as is necessary to his work.
The mower is the only practical harvester on most farms, and the swath must be turned out of the way of the horses to save tramping.
In the fight against weeds in perennial food plots, a mower is a particularly useful tool.
The mower is the first of its kind for the mass retail market, according to Ariens, and will sell for $3,299 at Home Depot stores and Ariens dealerships beginning in May.
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