seminate

Related to seminate: disseminate

seminate

(ˈsɛmɪˌneɪt)
adj
disseminated; scattered; strewn
vb
1. (Biology) (intr) to produce seed
2. (Agriculture) (intr) to produce seed
3. (Biology) (tr) to sow or scatter (seed), to disseminate or distribute
4. (Agriculture) (tr) to sow or scatter (seed), to disseminate or distribute
References in classic literature ?
Whenever my missionaries overcame a knight errant on the road they washed him, and when he got well they swore him to go and get a bulletin-board and dis- seminate soap and civilization the rest of his days.
Si arrotondano intorno a tutte le sporgenze, riempiono tutte le cavita, si appiccicano ai muri come bassorilievi, si allungano e si schiacciano sul terreno in maniera da non parer piu che cappe bianche distese ad asciugare, si attorcigliano, piglian la forma di palle, di cubi, di mostri senza braccia, senza gambe, senza testa; cosi che le strade ele piazze della citta paiono seminate di cadaveri e di tronchi umani, come dopo una strage.
Let us preserve collect and dis- seminate their work let us learn from them let their art which is as permanent as nature and as continuous as history becomes a part of our own living soul.
in the little time remaining to what subsists they seminate law and guilt : frenzy, teeth, eyes by leaps, by fistfuls (without desires, orbiting bodies) [if nothing other orbits]