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Definition of "fallowing" [fallowing]

  • Present participle of fallow. (verb)

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Use "fallowing" in a sentence
  • "Hillary had her work cutout for herself in fallowing Bill to see what he was up to or on for a long period of time and same type goings on for years before this is this what you relate to as experience?"
  • "There are significant incentives for produces to move fast to adjust prices in a competitive environment where their cash balances have increase in real terms fallowing the deflation."
  • "This first plowing of ground, or as Husbandmen tearme it, the first ardor, is called fallowing: the second ardor, which we call stirring of ground, or sommer stirring, you shall begin in Iuly, which is of great consequence, for by meanes of it you shall kill all manner of wéedes and thistells that would annoy your"
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