One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1with object To sow (seed) over seed, or over a previously sown crop.
2with object To sow (ground) with seed, or additional seed. Frequently figurative: to strew with, to besprinkle.
3with object And without object. To sow (seed) too densely; to sow too many (seeds).
Old English; earliest use found in The Rushworth Gospels. From over- + sow.
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