- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reseed.
“The days which reseeded into the past, one time or another, was hosted by Catholic nuns.”
“That left behind a collagen matrix — the protein fibers that hold groups of cells together and help give organs their overall shape — which they then reseeded with heart cells from a newborn rat.”
“Captain TOM BILLIG (U.S. Army): They've reseeded (ph) the valley a little bit, not to the extent that it was before when we first cleared it out.”
“The weeds dead, the field could be reseeded, and crops grown anew.”
“Lawn was reseeded in 1995 (it was basically a dust bowl in my era) frequent, even daily, attendance at the 55-acre field has become New York City's most popular unstructured and unsupervised after-school program for private high schoolers.”
“And the wonderfully fragrant rucola is almost as lush, both having somehow reseeded themselves in defiance of my neglect.”
“Should she tell this new ugly that sometime this afternoon, her body was going to be opened up, the bones ground down to the right shape, some of them stretched or padded, her nose cartilage and cheekbones stripped out and replaced with programmable plastic, skin sanded off and reseeded like a soccer field in spring?”
“Forget me nots have reseeded eveywhere but not blooming yet..just love them.”
“Some rangeland has been cleared of trees and reseeded to grasses.”
“Hes unshavenwhiskers sprouting up sure as the lawn our neighbors, the Elberts, just reseeded.”
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