manured

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This plant is found on rich lawns recently manured, but principally on dung.

This species, as the name suggests, is found on manure or manured grounds.

No wonder it should be green: it is manured with human bones.

They were "manured to the soil," in the words of Mrs. Partington.

Into his farmyard were carried carcasses of animals, with which he manured his lands.

Any part of your garden that is empty may be dug over and manured now.

Corn and potatoes must be planted, and the garden dug and manured.

I have transplanted them into my orchard and find they thrive well, if manured.

Here we have had hemp-fields ever since we can remember, all manured; but what is there there?

There was a grass-field, enclosed by split-rail fence, and manured.