Definition of Resown

1. v. To resound.



Definition of Resown

1. Verb. (past participle of resow) ¹

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Definition of Resown

1. resow [v] - See also: resow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resown

resource conservation and recovery act
resource energy
resource values
resourced
resourceful
resourcefully
resourcefulness
resourcefulnesses
resourceless
resourcelessness
resources
resourcing
resow
resowed
resowing
resown (current term)
resows
respace
respaced
respaces
respacing
respade
respaded
respades
respading
respawn
respawned
respawning
respawns
respeak

Literary usage of Resown

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1. The Complete Works of John Gower by John Gower (1899)
"... leur clamour Ensi resown et Conscience : Leur advocat et ... 10080 resown, q'estoit et simple et sage, ... resown, qui bien s'estoit pourveu Au jour des ..."

2. Report of Observations of Attack of Turnip Fly in 1881 by Eleanor Anne Ormerod (1878)
"Amount damaged and resown.—All the Swede crop damaged, and almost the whole of ... Amount damaged and resown.—Sowing took place three times in several cases ..."

3. The Harleian Ms. 7334 of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1885)
"[266] For right1 as resoun is rebel to god'. Right1 so is bofe sensualite rebel to resown and fe body also [267] And certis fis ..."

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