Definition of Sainfoins

1. Noun. (plural of sainfoin) ¹



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Definition of Sainfoins

1. sainfoin [n] - See also: sainfoin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sainfoins

saily
sailyard
saim
saimin
saimins
saimir
saimiri
saimirinae
saimiris
saims
sain
saine
sained
sainfeldite
sainfoin
sainfoins (current term)
saining
sainings
sains
saint
saint's day
saint-simonian
saint kitts and nevis
saint lucia
saint vincent and the grenadines
saintdom
saintdoms
sainted
saintess
saintesses

Literary usage of Sainfoins

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1772)
"sainfoins. Land at the average rent of 8s. 5 d. per acre, yields two tons of this hay worth 4). and after-grafs, at a low valuation, ..."

2. Bulletin (Geological Survey of Western Australia). by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1908)
"quelques jours avant la miellée des sainfoins, mais le nectar qu'il produit est employé le plus souvent à l'élevage du couvain qui exige beaucoup de ..."

3. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1858)
"There is also another advantage—that the clovers, trefoils, and sainfoins, but especially the latter, grow much better with wheat than with barley. ..."

4. Representative Painters of the XIXth Century by Nancy R. E. Meugens Bell, N. D'Anvers (1899)
"... 1 Les Vendanges," now in the New York Art Gallery, " Le Vin," " La Fenaison," " La Maison pres de la Louvre," " Les Faucheurs de sainfoins," " Le ..."

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