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sow1 US English

Plant (seed) by scattering it on or in the earth

sow2 US English

An adult female pig, especially one that has farrowed

sow US Thesaurus

sow the seeds in rows

self-sow US English

(Of a plant) propagate itself by seed

sow thistle US English

A Eurasian plant with yellow flowers, thistlelike leaves, and milky sap

sow dragon's teeth US English

Take action that is intended to prevent trouble, but which actually brings it about

sow the seeds of US English

Do something that will eventually bring about (a particular result, especially a disastrous one)

sow one's wild oats US English

Go through a period of wild or promiscuous behavior while young

you reap what you sow US English

You eventually have to face up to the consequences of your actions

sowbug US English

Another term for wood louse.

sow bug in sowbug US English

Another term for wood louse.

sow dragon's teeth in dragon's teeth US English

Take action that is intended to prevent trouble, but which actually brings it about

sow one's wild oats in oat US English

Go through a period of wild or promiscuous behavior while young

sow the seeds of in sow1 US English

Do something that will eventually bring about (a particular result, especially a disastrous one)

reap the whirlwind US English

Suffer serious consequences as a result of one’s actions

you reap what you sow in reap US English

You eventually have to face up to the consequences of your actions

sow or plant dragon's teeth in dragon's teeth US English

Take action that is intended to prevent trouble, but which actually brings it about

sow the seeds or seed of in sow1 US English

Do something that will eventually bring about (a particular result, especially a disastrous one)

reap the whirlwind in whirlwind US English

Suffer serious consequences as a result of one’s actions