Definition of Sowfed
1. sowf [v] - See also: sowf
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Literary usage of Sowfed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tobacco Leaf, Its Culture and Cure, Marketing and Manufacture: A Practical by Joseph Buckner Killebrew, Herbert Myrick (1897)
"... are sowfed in January. On Jan. 15, some beds were not yet sowed, in others the plants were an inch high and were being weeded. ..."
2. Nez Perce Joseph: An Account of His Ancestors, His Lands, His Confederates by Oliver Otis Howard (1881)
"The stout wagon wasn't made for comfortable riding, but it could rumble over small and large bowlders, and across acres literally sowfed with stones. ..."
3. Memoirs of George Fred. Cooke by William Dunlap, George Frederick Cooke (1813)
"You are, Sir, and I feel your bounty at my heart; but the virtuous gratitude that sowfed the deep sense of it there does not inform me that in return the ..."