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    Use "soil" in a sentence

    soil example sentences

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    1. Nourishing Food, those produced only with the interaction of soil, water and sun, in moderate quantity


    2. Avoid using anything with Urea in it as it kills the soil


    3. It is a natural blend of iron phosphate found in the soil and a natural bait that lures slugs and snails away from their hiding places


    4. By top-dressing Is the lawn being damaged by them? When you have your lawn and property with year-old horse manure, spotted the telltale signs of gophers or moles (a small you will not only be feeding your soil, but also repel-mound of soil or dead plants), naturally as they do not like manure


    5. Cover up the entrance and pat down the soil


    6. In this chapter, I will cover some basic methods of making your own organic fertilizers while showing you how we can help the earth (soil) reestablish the balance and restore the natural process by harness-


    7. Basics of soil restoration is to restore the natural balance


    8. Remember that the numbers only signify what is available immediately, not what will become available later on, as nutrients are constantly released into the soil by the action of the microorganisms in the soil


    9. Lawns love compost; top-dressing lawns once per year with a good rich compost will keep the soil alive and allow for deeper root systems and a pest-free lawn


    10. One of the biggest problems facing the grower is de-mineralized soil

















































































    1. I nearly soiled my pants, but those words really had come out


    2. pale white hide, which was soiled and bruised, shone ghost white in the thin reeds of


    3. By the time he had it in his hands, soiled and sopping wet, the bus had moved on


    4. Dressed in my soiled and tatty towel and shirt, I guessed that I must look like a comic book version of a shipwrecked mariner


    5. His pale white hide, which was soiled and bruised, shone ghost white in the thin reeds of morning


    6. gasping, dragging in the soiled air


    7. ’ I said, dropping the soiled bandage in the basin and throwing the bloodstained gauze away


    8. By nine o’clock Cyberia had nearly sold out her stock and was looking forward to the little luxury that might be afforded by way of a bacon butty and a polystyrene mug of tea, when her husband arrived pushing an old pram full of soiled tee-shirts and builders’ low slung jeans


    9. Then, while Lucy, working on auto-pilot, cleaned the kitchen up again, her mother moved the torso, the head, the hoodie and two black bin liners full of soiled cleaning materials to an as yet unfilled area in the new patio base and proceeded to bury Alan’s mortal remains under lumps of hardcore and a layer of gravel


    10. and stiffly soiled socks

















































































    1. He looked this way and that, soiling his pants


    2. He is vomiting and soiling himself like an infant


    3. ‘Without soiling the mattress,’ Zeno laughed


    4. Just then, one of the Army men went behind El Faya and slammed his face into the plate, soiling his face and breaking his nose


    5. A lot of personality traits are a direct product of individual experience with toilet training, which is as severe an exercise in concentration as any advanced mind training technique – not only is it the root of societal shame, but also the constant, moment-tomoment focus of attention upon not soiling oneself becomes the cornerstone for constant, moment-to-moment focus upon an inner dialogue– except that it is imposed upon people when they’re two years old


    6. without soiling the floor


    7. became true heroes; others broke into tears, soiling their pants and


    8. Duval was a man used to getting his way and not entirely averse to soiling his own hands in the process


    9. I just managed to move back my chair in time to avoid soiling my trousers


    10. I, a woman, will just give you a lesson that will make you think twice before you go soiling a family again, the household of a good and honest man








    1. Light soils need more water because they drain so rapidly


    2. Clay soils retain water, so they need less


    3. Rock dust will help to increase the energy level of the soil and in turn will quickly raise the roses and the soils energy levels


    4. When the planet’s forests deplete the soils of nutrients, they begin to die off, releasing their stored carbon into the atmosphere


    5. coastal strip and climbed slowly across the ancient Cretan soils; a cat mewling with


    6. Spelman, it seemed, was habitually anxious at her husband's forays to foreign soils, for she voiced constant reminders towards him during the days leading up to his departure


    7. The vine is more affected by the difference of soils than any other fruit-tree


    8. It came as a revelation to Sylvia that Beth’s concern was not with hard rocks but groundwater and the soils that contain it


    9. “What is the point in providing food and shelter for an animal that just soils your furniture, makes your home smell bad, and ultimately dies?”


    10. In her heart were the moist soils of Eden, full of music





































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    Synonyms for "soil"

    soil territory ground land dirt filth grease grime grunge stain begrime bemire colly dirty sully contaminate taint disgrace debase degrade earth mud silt loam clay

    "soil" definitions

    the state of being covered with unclean things


    the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock


    material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use)


    the geographical area under the jurisdiction of a sovereign state


    make soiled, filthy, or dirty