How To Use Wild oat In A Sentence

  • The puffed wild oat flake retains nutrients and health-care functions of natural wild oat, and is a new wild oat food with improved palatability.
  • Some of my favourites include vervain, rosemary, lemon balm, skullcap, wild oats and ginseng.
  • These included fierce criticisms of a competitor, Wild Oats, which Whole Foods later bought.
  • Wild oats is the most serious grassy weed in the Prairies.
  • That was how my wild oats project was born. Times, Sunday Times
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  • He's so young he should be out sowing his wild oats. The Sun
  • Unfortunately there is still the unspoken understanding that young men are allowed to sow their wild oats.
  • The formula contained nettle leaf, violet leaf, wild oat seed, chamomile flowers, cleavers and fenugreek seed added to warm spearmint tea or diluted juice.
  • There is also a wild oat that is common in some places. Times, Sunday Times
  • Go sow some wild oats - whole plantations. Times, Sunday Times
  • THE wild oats project ended one year to the day after it began. Times, Sunday Times
  • Burger King Vice-President Steven Grover followed in Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's giant footsteps this is Mackey's blog - yes, after being outed last year for writing more than 1400 trollish web postings over six or seven years using the screen name "Rahodeb" meant to harm rival market Wild Oats' reputation - Mackey has a new chitchatty blog. Fast Food Nation
  • The formula contained nettle leaf, violet leaf, wild oat seed, chamomile flowers, cleavers and fenugreek seed added to warm spearmint tea or diluted juice.
  • Some of my favourites include vervain, rosemary, lemon balm, skullcap, wild oats and ginseng.
  • Vegetation is wild oat, cheatgrass, flatspine stickweed, California buckthorn, whiteleaf manzanita, honeysuckle, brackenfern, hedgehog dogstail, chaparral coffeeberry, toyon, Pacific poison oak, interior and canyon live oak, Pacific madrone, and scattered ponderosa pine, foothill pine, incense cedar and California black oak.
  • When fish are allowed to sow their wild oats they sow them far and wide. Times, Sunday Times
  • Till he sowed his wild oats. The Sun
  • He added trials showed more than 90 percent control on several weeds, including wild oats, foxtails, pigweed, lambsquarters, wild buckwheat, kochia, wild mustard, and Russian thistle. undefined
  • The kids need to sow a few wild oats.
  • The formula contained nettle leaf, violet leaf, wild oat seed, chamomile flowers, cleavers and fenugreek seed added to warm spearmint tea or diluted juice.
  • The pursuits and society of his youth scarcely could be denominated, in Troloppian euphemism, _la creme de la creme_; but they stood him in good stead; then and there was he trained for the encounter of Spain ... whilst sowing his wild oats, he became passionately fond of horseflesh .... George Borrow The Man and His Books
  • This I know, that there are late crops of wild oats, as well as early harvests of them; and (from observation of self and neighbour) I have an idea that the avena fatua grows up to the very last days of the year. The Virginians
  • Talk about sowing your wild oats! FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori
  • Winemaker Bob Oatley's all-conquering Wild Oats XI, a $15 million dollar thoroughbred, seeks a fifth straight line honours victory after taking the treble of race record, line honours and hcp winner on debut in 2005 in 1 day, 18 hours and 40 minutes. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • A list of the top 18 of "the world's most serious weeds," compiled in 1977, has just three European plants—fat-hen, field bindweed and wild oats. Why We Must Learn to Love Weeds
  • When Doodly was young wild oats here and there and never took life seriously.
  • He sowed all his wild oats before he married.
  • Replicated across a range of WA soil types, the study examined annual ryegrass, wild radish, wild oats, wall fumitory, brome grass and barley grass persistence, in plots isolated to guard against the arrival of new seed.
  • The seedhead of slender wild oat is very attenuated and from it projects a long (2-inch) awn that looks like an antenna from a large insect.
  • Wild sarsaparilla, wild oats, Solomon's seal and a host of understory plants die off; grass-like species such as Pennsylvania sedge take over. The Real Story of Globalization
  • You sow your wild oats but then you have that conversation: 'Have you had enough? Times, Sunday Times

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