Definition of Sowne. Meaning of Sowne. Synonyms of Sowne

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Definition of Sowne

Sowne
Sowne Sowne, v. t. & i. To sound. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Sowne from wikipedia

- Canterbury Tales (written around 1380): A baggepype wel coude he blowe and sowne, /And ther-with-al he broghte us out of towne. — Canterbury Tales Bagpipes...
- our Pease were not worth the gathering, for we feared they were too late sowne. The method shown by Tisquantum became the regular practice of the settlers...
- Prologue about the Miller, the lines read: A baggepype wel coude he blowe and sowne, And ther-with-al he broghte us out of towne. Stone and wood carvings of...
- had made our selves sufficiently strong for these Savages. We had also sowne most of our Corne on two Mountaines." [George Percy (Tyler 1952:19)] June...
- had made our selves sufficiently strong for these Savages. We had also sowne most of our Corne on two Mountaines." [George Percy (Tyler 1952:19)] June...
- greater bovnties were disperst vnknowne, Except to reapers where his seed was sowne. {{lang|enm|italic=no|May many more this worthy pattern lye,|| A good faire...
- mentioned in Chaucer’s 'House of Fame': Ther herde I pleyen on an harpe That sowned bothe wel and sharpe, Orpheus ful craftely, And on his syde, faste by, Sat...
- release, claiming that he had "not sought to scandalize the state, nor sowne sedition." The cause for his initial imprisonment is somewhat unclear, as...
- worth £40, of howsehould Stuffe at Rathmoran aforsaid worth £10, of Corne sowne worth £100, of corne in the hagyard at Rathmoran aforsaid worth £30, of...
- worth £40, of howsehould Stuffe at Rathmoran aforsaid worth £10, of Corne sowne worth £100, of corne in the hagyard at Rathmoran aforsaid worth £30, of...