Similar words: millennia, milling, million, mill about, millions, filled, killer, skilled. Meaning: ['mɪlɪt] n. 1. any of various small-grained annual cereal and forage grasses of the genera Panicum, Echinochloa, Setaria, Sorghum, and Eleusine 2. French painter of rural scenes (1814-1875) 3. small seed of any of various annual cereal grasses especially Setaria italica.
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1 I have sown the millet in this plot.
2 Millet is cultivated on some farms here.
3 We grew maize, millet and beans.
4 My millet all bundled and stacked.
5 Millet was still the primary cereal crop.
6 Millet had played the images game on the pavement outside, had anticipated a tousled woman who wore badges of failure.
7 I also resented the way Millet was simpering at me.
8 Millet continued to grieve for his wife for many years after her death.
9 The fragrance of new millet drifted up on a southwestern breeze,[www.Sentencedict.com] reminding him that harvest was approaching.
10 Throwing down his scythe he scooped up some millet and straightened up.
11 It offered Alan Millet little protection from the rain that drove across the street and battered against his body.
12 Millet and I were the first to check that tower, after Falconer's body was discovered by a guard.
13 Next came the millet crop, which was spread out to dry before being stored in vats and barrels.
14 Millet grinned and stepped out on to the landing and behind him the door slammed cheerfully.
15 Evening: boil shredded radish carp balls , millet gruel.
16 Mother cooked easily digestible millet mash at noon.
17 Agricultural production of wheat, maize, millet, rich tobacco, pepper.
18 The maize and millet were just putting forth ears.
19 They had a home in town and a mountain estate of orchards and millet fields in the village.
20 That increased his anxiety: having planted two acres of millet, he had been looking forward to a good harvest.
21 The first was a thump thump thump, reminiscent of the women pounding millet back in Mbarara.
22 Maybe the Dakota appeals to you -- a whole wheat bread with millet, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds added.
23 Traditionally, rain-fed terraces are constructed on steeper slopes in the Middle Mountains for the production of maize, millet and buckwheat.
24 The far edge of the acacia grove was bordered by a shoulder-high wall topped by woven millet stalks.
25 You can obtain starches from breads and crispbreads made with non-wheat flour, and other starchy foods such as millet and rice.
26 Somebody lined him up, and that somebody is no friend of mine, Mr Millet.
27 Their carbohydrates come in part from wheat, and in the North from millet, while rice predominates in the South.
28 The road cut through a vast cropland, with waist-high corn and sorghum nearby and waves of golden millet in the distance.
29 Breadcrumb recipes are welcome but why not stretch to bulgur, rice, millet?
30 Wild bird cover: Spring plants for nesting, beg maize, millet, sunflowers, kale.
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