new-mown new-mown


  • (adj) newly mown


  1. Out in the new-mown hay.
  2. Gardeners gave the lawn its first spring trim, and the smell of new-mown grass wafted through the open windows of Dwight Eisenhower's office.
  3. He grabs young wenches by the backs of their skirts and topples them onto piles of new-mown hay.
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