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Meaning of self-sown

self-sown

Pronunciation: (self'sōn'), [key]
— adj.
  1. sown by itself, or without human or animal agency, as of a plant grown from seeds dropped from another plant.
  2. sown by any agency other than humans, as of a plant grown from seeds scattered by birds or the wind.
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