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noun. ['ˈplæntɪŋ'] the act of fixing firmly in place.
Rhymes with Planting
Sentences with planting
1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Check the spread of the mature magnolia that you are planting and give it at least that much space.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Draft a plan to guide your planting; this will save you time later.
Quotes about planting
1. I'm happy to be on a winning team. My individual success, that lasts for a short period of time. The success of being a part of the South, of Atlanta, which is now the hot bed of music, that's what's gonna last the longest. The fact that I contributed to planting our flag and moving music to my city, that's what I'm most proud of.
2. I still have a Gypsy sense of adventure. I don't think I have slept in the same bed for more than three or four months my whole life. I am always planting vegetables that I never get to eat and flowers that I never see flower. I have always moved around the world.
- Helen Mirren
3. You can’t tell mewhat to do anymore, Travis! I don’t belong to you!”In the second it took him to turn and face me, hisexpression had contorted into anger. He stomped towardme, planting his hands on the bed and leaning into my face.“WELL I BELONG TO YOU!” The veins in his neckbulged as he shouted, and I met his glare, refusing to evenflinch. He looked at my lips, panting. “I belong to you.
- Jamie McGuire, Beautiful Disaster
noun. ['ˈplæntɪŋ'] putting seeds or young plants in the ground to grow.
noun. ['ˈplæntɪŋ'] a collection of plants (trees or shrubs or flowers) in a particular area.
- high status