mow

Part of speech: noun

A grimace.

Part of speech: verb

To cut down, as grass; cut grass from.

Part of speech: noun

Hay or grain stored in a barn; the place of storage.

Part of speech: verb

Mow.

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Usage examples "mow":

  1. If the police did their duty, they'd mow you down like grass. - "A Second Coming", Richard Marsh.
  2. Cicely moved toward the stairway, and then she stopped; she cast her eyes toward the mass of hay in the mow above, and then she gave a little sigh. - "The Girl at Cobhurst", Frank Richard Stockton.
  3. His hour is come, He now is ready for the reaper's hand, And with her sickle will the maid appear, And mow to earth the harvest of his pride. - "The Maid of Orleans A Tragedy", Frederich Schiller.