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Spell Check of sown

Correct spelling: sown

Common misspellings for sown:

sowen, s0own, sowmn, sownj, skwn, s0wn, s9wn, soqn, szown, swown, soiwn, soawn, so2wn, sow2n, sowhn, sowwn, snwn, s own.


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Examples of usage for sown:

  1. He had sown to the winds in the recklessness of his marriage and of his housekeeping, and he reaped the whirlwind in Violet's bills that autumn shot into the letter box at Granville. –  by
  2. Unless the monsoon has been unusually late in reaching Northern India the autumn crops are all sown before the first week in August. –  by
  3. During the war the seeds of new enterprises had been sown and much of that capital which had previously been employed in navigation had been diverted, and fresh capital was required in its place. –  by

Rhymes for sown:

  1. blown, bone, clone, cohn, cone, crone, drone, groan, grown, hone, known, loan, lone, moan, mon, own, phone, prone, rhone, roan, scone, sewn, stone, throne, thrown, tone, zone, bowne, flown, fone, goen, mone, shone, shown, trone, doane, sloan, joan, sharon, sloane, doan, roane, jone, koen, coan, hoen, rone, boan, don't;
  2. alone, atone, bayonne, bemoan, capone, cologne, condone, cyclone, dethrone, dijon, disown, hipbone, homegrown, intone, leone, malone, postpone, trombone, unknown, marone, outgrown, pavone, raton, ramon, tyrone, simone, damone, ramone, tirone, carone, outshone, perone;
  3. bourguignon, calderon, overblown, overgrown, overthrown, unbeknown;
  4. concepcion;