One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘sow the seeds in rows 30cm apart’
scatter, spread, broadcast, disperse, strew, disseminate, distribute
drill, dibble, put in the ground
2‘large fields were sown with only cabbages or asparagus’
plant, seed, reseed
3‘the new policy has sown confusion and doubt’
cause, bring about, occasion, create, give rise to, lead to, produce, engender, generate, induce, invite, implant, plant, lodge, prompt, evoke, elicit, initiate, precipitate, instigate, trigger, spark off, provoke
end in, culminate in, finish in, terminate in, involve, mean, entail, necessitate
promote, foster, foment
formal redound to
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