the water in soil that is not available for absorption by plants.
- Compare chresard.
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How to use echard in a sentence
Apart from that aid, the Plautus, on the evidence offered by the title-page and the Preface, was all Echards own.
The two volumes are a testimony to Echards remarkable industry and abilities.
When speaking for himself alone in the Preface to the Plautus, Echards claims were less grandiose.
Graves (p. ix) says that Echards translation of Terence was made in 1689, when he was only nineteen.
This must have been much smaller than Echards other publications in this year: it cost only 3d.
British Dictionary definitions for echard
water that is present in the soil but cannot be absorbed or otherwise utilized by plants
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