Definition of Subirrigate

1. [v -GATED, -GATING, -GATES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subirrigate

subinfeudations
subinfeuded
subinfeuding
subinfeuds
subingression
subinhibitory
subintellectual
subintelligitur
subintelligiturs
subinterval
subintervals
subintestinal
subinvestment
subinvolution
subinvolutions
subirrigate (current term)
subirrigated
subirrigates
subirrigating
subirrigation
subirrigations
subitaneous
subitaneousness
subitany
subitem
subitems
subitise
subitised
subitises
subitising

Literary usage of Subirrigate

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1. Irrigation in the United States by Frederick Haynes Newell (1902)
"Where the subsoil has a texture such that it transmits water freely, the building of irrigation ditches may subirrigate large tracts of country without ..."

2. Irrigation in the United States by Frederick Haynes Newell (1902)
"... may subirrigate large tracts of country without rendering them marshy. Such conditions are found, for example, in the vicinity of St. Anthony, Idaho, ..."

3. Irrigation in the United States by Frederick Haynes Newell (1902)
"Where the subsoil has a texture such that it transmits water freely, the building of irrigation ditches may subirrigate large tracts of country without ..."

4. Irrigation in the United States by Frederick Haynes Newell (1906)
"Where the subsoil has a texture such that it transmits water freely, the building of irrigation ditches may subirrigate large tracts of country without ..."

5. Water Rights in the Western States: The Law of Prior Appropriation of Water by Samuel Charles Wiel (1911)
"... its original native condition was dammed so as to cause the waters to percolate through and subirrigate adjacent meadow lands will not of itself justify ..."

6. Water Rights in the Western States: The Law of Prior Appropriation of Water by Samuel Charles Wiel (1911)
"... its original native condition was dammed so as to cause the waters to percolate through and subirrigate adjacent meadow lands will not of itself justify ..."

7. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1915)
"... on this stream system at an early day, when they cut ditches and allowed the water to flow into the sloughs and low places and subirrigate their lands. ..."

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