Thesaurus / loam

opposites of loam

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It should contain small edge millstones for grinding and mixing the loam, and another mill for grinding coal and charcoal.
Then when the torrents poured forth from the glaciers the loam was formed without the pebbles.
Both of these were built of loam and stones outside, at one end of the cabin.
Plant the bulbs in autumn in equal parts of loam, peat, and sand.
Beyond the reach of the Nile's overflow the sand and loam was bare of vegetation.
Fresh horse-droppings mixed with short litter the greater part, cowdung one third, and the rest mould or loam.
MUSHROOM CULTUREW. ROBINSON
Loam: an earthy mixture of clay and sand with organic matter.
AGRICULTURE FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES WILLIAM BURKETT
It thrives in loam and peat mixed with a little dung, and flowers in July or August.
They succeed in any ordinary soil, but thrive best in peat and loam; and are propagated by cuttings placed in heat under glass.
Overlying this are beds of marl, loam, and surface soil, comprising in all a depth of fourteen feet.

WORDS RELATED TO LOAM

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.