irrigate[ ir-i-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF irrigate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRRIGATE
The farmers in Egypt irrigate in the same way as the ryots of India.
In this way, step by step, we irrigate all that may be reached by a single gutter.
Each has a cabin in which the rancher lives while they irrigate and make hay.
He expects some time to pipe it down to town and irrigate a tract of land.
He knew his gift was to irrigate, as he said—to suggest and stimulate.
As a consequence of the union of the gods, water flowed to irrigate the land.
Thus it will be seen that abundant fall is obtainable to irrigate all the lands adjacent.
The children of the desert had learned to irrigate their dusty fields.
That is why I do not irrigate the fields oftener than is absolutely necessary.
I meant to irrigate my garden tomorrow, but it can wait a day.