Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of mow.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mow.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Under the mows were the stalls for the horses and the stanchions for the cattle.

    Uncle Robert's Geography (Uncle Robert's Visit, V.3)

  • Instead of driving all the time, most days she and Addison can be found pruning the vineyard together as a flock of sheep "mows" the grassy acreage.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • HOUSTON—With oil markets still jittery in the wake of the Arab Spring, this year's hurricane season could make traders jump if a big storm mows through the Gulf of Mexico's drilling platforms.

    Hurricane Could Jolt Oil Markets, But Unlikely To Rock Natural Gas

  • Spero Lucas is an engagingly layered character: the churchgoer who thanks God for the gift of life but shows no mercy to those trying to kill him; the war veteran who still mows his mother's lawn; the ladies man on the cusp of 30 trying to make up for the wild-oats years he missed.

    Soldiering On When Trouble Breaks Out

  • Well, I think the extreme political polarization of the country over the last twenty years, led by talk radio and followed up by Fox News, is in a large degree responsible for the election of GWB, among others, and fosters a climate where the party in power mercilessly mows over the opposition no matter how slim their margin.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bloggers Loving It

  • Its most aggressive resident is the goat that mows the lawn.

    Security Blanket

  • But Mom, Bettina does the dusting and Green Pastures mows the lawn, so what do you want from me?

    Margaret Atwood | Underbrush Man

  • BIEBER FEVER: Just when you think nothing could stop the Justin Bieber express — in print, in Super Bowl ads, in SNL skits, you name it — a hail of CSI bullets mows the moppet down, like something out of a Muppet Babies redo of Bonnie & Clyde, thankfully sparing us more of his pouty posturing.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • Anyone know a 16 year old who mows lawns or works construction?

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Our Rights are Threatened by All These New Rights

  • Wendy has huge hellos for everyone who passes my stoop: the prison blue tattoo necks, the shrinking pigeon lady from across the street, the house painter with the wolf named Hendrix, the tweaker who mows her brown lawn at midnight.

    Before My Change Jar Went Missing

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