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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of windrow.

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Examples

  • I crossed over the neck to the pond side of the elbow, hooked a left, and there we were, on a flat beach windrowed with seaweed blown ashore by the southwest winds of recent days.

    Vineyard Chill

  • Each November we have this race on our urban streets, whether the city will manage to remove the windrowed leaves along the curb before the first snowfall.

    Gray morning

  • I crossed over the neck to the pond side of the elbow, hooked a left, and there we were, on a flat beach windrowed with seaweed blown ashore by the southwest winds of recent days.

    Vineyard Chill

  • I crossed over the neck to the pond side of the elbow, hooked a left, and there we were, on a flat beach windrowed with seaweed blown ashore by the southwest winds of recent days.

    Vineyard Chill

  • I crossed over the neck to the pond side of the elbow, hooked a left, and there we were, on a flat beach windrowed with seaweed blown ashore by the southwest winds of recent days.

    Vineyard Chill

  • Thus, then, the muffled rollings of a milky sea; the bleak rustlings of the festooned frosts of mountains; the desolate shiftings of the windrowed snows of prairies; all these, to

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • With those burning, they windrowed the rest of the grass billets around the little fire to dry them out.

    Soul of the Fire

  • In the U.S.A. plants are cut and windrowed when most flower heads are still yellow, and left to dry.

    12: Seeds and germplasm

  • The sky to-day is windrowed with flat-bottomed cumulus-clouds, tier beyond tier above a level plane of light, marking off the infinite distance like receding mile-stones on

    The Prairie Child

  • They would have shuddered at the dust-windrowed street, the litter of refuse, the dismal lonesomeness, the forlornness, the utter isolation, the desolation.

    'Firebrand' Trevison

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