Sown [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Sown:

The seeds of knowledge had been sown, but they lacked moisture and had failed to grow.

What belief should be sown to blossom forth in a harvest of strength and peace?

For me, the next morning, I could almost have said, 'I was sown in dishonour and raised in glory.'

It must be sown thin, and notwithstanding that attention, it often happens to be too thick.

The flax which was sown in this country rose three feet high.

Spotted Callas are easily grown from seed if it is sown as soon as ripe.

For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind.

The seed, I said, must have been sown in the reign of Charles the First.

In one of the largest of them, the wind had sown a wonderful basketful of pansies.

The seed of the unknown was sown, and would grow into a crop of fabulous magnitude.