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Use "cummin" in a sentence
"It was such blind scribes whom Jesus denounced for giving tithes, or a tenth part of the mint and anise and cummin, that is, of even the most insignificant of their garden herbs and forgetting mercy and justice and faith; in other words, keeping the letter of the written law but not living out the spirit of it."
"Septuagint, "cummin" was used in the same way. cast in ... principal wheat -- rather, plant the wheat in rows (for wheat was thought to yield the largest crop, by being planted sparingly"
"Plees to cummin dere wif her, you and ebbrywun else is inbited."