Synonyms for seedtime
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEEDTIME
Seedtime is coming, and the farmer should be at his plough in the field.
Events burst forth in spring that have been hidden since their seedtime.
How can we expect a harvest of thought who have not a seedtime of character?
But in the few precious weeks of seedtime, every day, every hour is of moment.
He reminds us each year, in seedtime and harvest, of his boundless love.
Everything else has changed, but seedtime and harvest still remain.
Hers is the seedtime that determines what harvest the Master shall reap.
Yon flooer's the reaping of a seedtime many a hundred years gone by.
The products of this seedtime are seen in the colossal industrial growths of today.
When both work together, wealth is produced, but the seedtime of abstract investigation always precedes the harvest.