Definition of Composts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of compost) ¹



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Definition of Composts

1. compost [v] - See also: compost

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Composts

compositors
compositries
compositry
compossibility
compossible
compost
compost heap
compost pile
compostable
compostables
composted
composter
composters
composting
compostlike
composts (current term)
composture
compostures
composty
composure
composures
compot
compotation
compotations
compotator
compotators
compote
compotes
compots
compound

Literary usage of Composts

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1. Agriculture in Some of Its Relations with Chemistry by Frank Humphreys Storer (1892)
"This thought not only bears directly upon the question of preparing composts with dung, but, as has already been suggested, it is most intimately connected ..."

2. Bayldon's Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages and the Tenant's Right on by J. S. Bayldon, John Donaldson (1840)
"ON composts. composts are mixtures gathered together in order to form a manure, ... In making valuation of composts, it is necessary to ascertain where the ..."

3. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Dorset: With Observations by William Stevenson, Board of Agriculture (Great Britain) (1812)
"Mr. Bryant of Swyre, and many others along the coast, make composts of ant-hills with lime and a ... Sea-weed—Has been advantageously used in composts at ..."

4. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1835)
"Collecting and firming composts for mould. composts are mixtures of several earths, or earthy substances or dungs, either for the improvement of the general ..."

5. Truck-farming at the South: A Guide to the Raising of Vegetables for by A. Oemler (1900)
"... FORMULA FOR composts. If the stable manure and cotton seed have been protected from waste by exposure to rain and sun, the following formula is ..."

6. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1822)
"An Essay on the Soils and composts, indispensably necessary in the Propagation and Culture of the more rare and valuable ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Plants, ..."

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