- To sow where one thing had been sown.
- To sow in which one thing was already sown.
- To sow over; scatter or sprinkle over.
- To sow an excessive amount of: as, to oversow an individual's grain.
- To sow too-much seed upon: as, to oversow plenty with rye.
Sentence for "oversow"
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