Definition of Grain field
1. Noun. A field where grain is grown.
Specialized synonyms: Corn Field, Cornfield, Wheat Field, Wheatfield
Generic synonyms: Field
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Literary usage of Grain field
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1. Irrigation Farming: A Handbook for the Proper Application of Water in the by Lucius Merle Wilcox (1902)
"6O—IRRIGATING A grain field. If the ground is moist it is not necessary to give the heading irrigation. Fig. 60 shows the process of flooding a wheat crop ..."
2. Modern Sheep: Breeds and Management by William James Clarke (1907)
""I would choose a grain field and let it be a large one, that I intended planting to corn the following year. Then you need not plow until spring, ..."
3. Light on the Old Testament from Babel by Albert Tobias Clay (1906)
"... sluices which are in the embankment of the Canal Sin, which reaches you over my grain field and over the rented grain field of rny servant Akhu-litia. ..."
4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"So, insurance on a harvester operating "in e grain field and In transit from place hi connection with harvesting" does not covet a loss by Ore ..."
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