Now it is a seed upon the wind, taking root in many nations.
For no matter how hungry the people may become the seed corn must not be eaten.
"It was when the seed corn was gathered that we had the first hint of trouble," she went on.
Margaret likes Kitty and Mrs. Bartlett,—so does everybody,—but old Bartlett's a seed.
An' I seed her touch his coat-tail, like as if she loved it, but didn't dast do no more.
I know where you can get some seed wheat if you want to try puttin' it in this fall.
I didn't git none o' the swag; it warn't my job, but I seed 'em through.
I seed she wanted ter git home to her husban', an' she tol' 'em so.
There's a gentleman to have run to seed in the Marshalsea jail!
As He spake to our fathers, to Abraham, and to his seed for ever!