planting[ plant, plahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF planting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLANTING
We have no longer States that are necessarily only planting States.
Then there are full crops, and you realize a handsome profit on your planting.
We have bought the grass seed and are planting it in our garden.
The ceremony closed with the planting of a Virginia locust by the Doctor.
Till then it never would have struck me that I could say at all how planting must be done.
But may I ask, is the planting of trees a department in the art of husbandry?
And does this method of planting apply also to the fig-tree?
In planting, would you dig (what I may call) deep trenches in a dry soil or a moist?
Spring is better than summer or autumn for planting strawberries.
Their men were planting and could not talk to them, or tired and could not talk then.
late Old English plantung "action of planting," also "a thing planted," verbal noun from plant (v.).