Example sentences for: planted

How can you use “planted” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Since the Bronze Age, donkeys and mules have provided a means of transport; around the same time, the first olives and vines were planted in the ground.

  • On my way out of town, I drive through a fold in time,a tunnel through the history of shopping:boarded-up storefronts on the narrow commercial streets,the old strips and plazas with a muffler shop or a chicken fryer left,and larger sites--a five-and-dime blown out into a warehouse,fast-food shops, all local chains now,with their scratchy speakers and pot-holed drive-thru lanes;then the first real malls, big as aircraft carriers, low and blocky,their outlying coffee shops and two-screen theaters like escorts;at last a quieting stretch, the freeway growing wallsand the walled tracts all around nestled in their names--The Willows, Hunt Club Crossing, Hidden Acres--their malls planted, soft-colored, smoothly designed,broad single lumps surrounded by asphalt prairie,distant and unobtrusive as buttes.

  • One inmate was released after Perez admitted that he and his partner shot the man and then planted a gun on him so they could claim self-defense.

  • Through July 1999, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and more than 15,000 volunteers have planted 502 trees, beautified 102 properties, painted 55 homes, created 8 parks/gardens, and cleared 233 neighborhoods of unsightly litter and debris.

  • "It was absolutely untrue that we planted any type of surveillance device on the cows," says a spokesman for the South's intelligence service.

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