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- v. Past participle of mow
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Cut down by mowing, as grass; deprived of grass by mowing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A past participle of mow.
- Same as moun.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used of grass or vegetation) cut down with a hand implement or machine
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"mown" and will be a family pet for years before ending up in the freezer.
The air here smelled like freshly mown hay, a welcome change from the cabin that smelled like cigarette smoke.
Ahead of us, and to our left and right, was nothing but a vast, uninterrupted expanse of mown grass stretching into the distance.
It has a vanilla-like odour familiar to many as the smell of newly mown hay.
I do however, care greatly that innocent members of the public are not mown down by stolen cars/motorbikes or, for that matter police cars.
The smell of mown grass was the sensation Robert Luke remembers triggering his epiphany.
One would assume this is because the moment ten people get together in a public square to call for Gaddafi's removal in the Libyan capital they will be mown down with machine gun fire as the first syllables escape their lips.
The field across from the library had been mown yesterday and had iris petals on it.
If I had spent the day mowing lawns for $100, the world would be better off by having more mown lawns.
Perrysburg in summer brings back memories of long days riding bikes under the old trees along the streets, the smell of mown grass, and field after field of corn and soybeans.