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Seed vs Sown - What's the difference?

seed | sown |


As verbs the difference between seed and sown

is that seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds while sown is .

As a noun seed

is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

Sown vs Strewn - What's the difference?

sown | strewn |


As verbs the difference between sown and strewn

is that sown is while strewn is .

Wikidiffcom vs Sown - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | sown |


As a verb sown is

.

Planted vs Sown - What's the difference?

planted | sown |


As verbs the difference between planted and sown

is that planted is (plant) while sown is .

Snown vs Sown - What's the difference?

snown | sown |


As verbs the difference between snown and sown

is that snown is while sown is .

Sowe vs Sown - What's the difference?

sowe | sown |


As verbs the difference between sowe and sown

is that sowe is while sown is .

Sows vs Sown - What's the difference?

sows | sown |


As a noun sows

is englishman.

As a verb sown is

.

Sown vs Gown - What's the difference?

sown | gown |


As verbs the difference between sown and gown

is that sown is while gown is to dress in a gown, to don or garb with a gown.

As a noun gown is

a loose, flowing upper garment.

Sown vs Sawn - What's the difference?

sown | sawn |


As verbs the difference between sown and sawn

is that sown is while sawn is .

Sown vs Sowl - What's the difference?

sown | sowl |


As verbs the difference between sown and sowl

is that sown is while sowl is to pull by the ears; to drag about.

As a noun sowl is

a relish; sauce; dainty; anything eaten with bread or sowl can be .

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