Definition of Sowne

1. v. t. & i. To sound.



Definition of Sowne

1. the sensation of hearing [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sowne

sowl
sowle
sowled
sowles
sowling
sowls
sowm
sowmed
sowming
sowms
sown
sownd
sownded
sownding
sownds
sowne (current term)
sownes
sowp
sowps
sowre
sows
sowse
sowsed
sowses
sowsing
sowsse
sowssed
sowsses
sowssing
sowter

Literary usage of Sowne

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics: Embracing the Myths, Traditions by Richard Folkard (1884)
"Cabbages must be sowne in February, March, or April, at the waning of the Moone. and replanted ... Saffron must be sowne in March, when the Moone is old. ..."

2. A Supplement to the Two Volumes of the Second Edition of The Essay on the by John Bellenden Ker (1840)
"... H AMIRS ronge "Upon his anvelt up and downe "'Thereof he toke the first sowne." Chaucer. ... sowne ..."

3. Old England: Her Story Mirrored in Her Scenes by Walter Shaw Sparrow (1908)
"... wel could he blow and sowne, And therwithal he brought us out of towne. It is clear that such a miller as this one needed a court leet to keep him in ..."

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