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[ moh-er ]

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Word History and Origins

Origin of mower1

1400–50; late Middle English: one who mows; mow 1, -er 1

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Example Sentences

These mowers are easy to operate and nearly maintenance-free.

If your riding mower is uncomfortable, it will only get worse the more you use the machine.

This Husqvarna is one of the cheapest zero-turn mower, hovering around the low end of that spectrum and is a great mower for the money.

The company specializes in landscaping robotics, starting with a mower.

Shallcross said the insects’ crunchy exoskeletons got stuck in the grounds crew’s mower reels on multiple occasions in 2004.

He moved them to the side of the road and out of the way of the mower.

The edges of the chainsaw chains and the mower blades, obviously.

Political ads showing Harry Reid on rider mower, mowing the Mall?

As it turns out, Wintour apparently gave up her seat for writer Sarah Mower, who was reviewing the show for

I then used the same bike to pull my lawn mower (which I had also purchased) around the neighborhood to jobs.

The busy President has hit on the same trick as I have to get out of the tiresome job of running the early-rising lawn mower.

Evidently when passing the mower he had wagged an affable tail against the knife and it had got caught.

One hot afternoon, he lay under a mower in a sloo where the melted snow had run in spring and the wild grass now grew tall.

The fever spared her, but she wilted like the grass beneath the scythe of the mower.

Do not let the grass get so tall that the mower will not do a good job in cutting it.





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