Definition of Mildewed

1. Verb. (past of mildew) ¹



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Definition of Mildewed

1. mildew [v] - See also: mildew

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mildewed

mild foetal bradycardia
mild mercurial ointment
mild silver protein
mild steel
milded
milden
mildened
mildening
mildens
milder
mildest
mildew
mildewcidal
mildewcide
mildewcides
mildewed (current term)
mildewicide
mildewicides
mildewing
mildews
mildewy
milding
mildish
mildly
mildness
mildnesses
mildot
milds
mile
mile-a-minute

Literary usage of Mildewed

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1. Letters and Papers Relating Chiefly to the Provincial History of by Thomas Balch, Edward Shippen (1855)
"The rain has mildewed the corn all over the country, and in some places where they cut it early, it has rotted in the field and not been worth carrying in. ..."

2. The Farmer's Calendar: Containing the Business Necessary to be Performed on by Arthur Young (1809)
"... mildewed WHEAT. Be very attentive to the wheat crops this month : they are every where liable to this fatal distemper, which admits but of one cure or ..."

3. The Minnesota Horticulturist by Minnesota State Horticultural Society (1891)
"Not mildewed. It ought to be grafted on to a small stock. ... Not mildewed. This vine was planted too near strong growing old vines. ..."

4. An Elementary Treatise on American Grape Culture and Wine Making by Peter B. Mead (1867)
"... THE VINE—-A mildewed LEAF—AE ACK FOE STAKES —" HEELING IN." WE have endeavored, as far as possible, to preserve the elementary character of this volume, ..."

5. Report of the Secretary for Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1872)
"SIB, : The following experiments were made with tbe view of ascertaining what influences native mildewed vine-leaves have in communicating their fungoid ..."

6. Annual Report of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society: For the Year by Minnesota State Horticultural Society (1891)
"Not mildewed. It ought to be grafted on to a small stock. ... Not mildewed. This vine was planted too near strong growing old vines. ..."

7. Cattle Feeding with Sugar Beets, Sugar, Molasses, and Sugar Beet Residuum by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1902)
"... placed at the animal's disposal a salt solution, permitting the animal to use its own discretion as to quantity taken. Decomposed, or mildewed ..."

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