Winnow

To flap the wings without flying
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Winnow

• (v. i.) To separate chaff from grain.
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winnow

verb separate the chaff from by using air currents; `She stood there winnowing chaff all day in the field`
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winnow

winnowing noun the act of separating grain from chaff; `the winnowing was done by women`
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Winnow

Win'now (wĭn'no) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Winnowed (-nod); present participle & verbal noun Winnowing .] [ Middle English windewen , winewen , Anglo-Saxon windwian ; akin to Goth. winp...
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Winnow

Win'now intransitive verb To separate chaff from grain. « Winnow not with every wind.» Ecclus. v. 9.
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winnow

the act of separating grain from chaff
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winnow

[n] - the act of separating grain from chaff 2. [v] - blow on 3. [v] - separate from chaff 4. [v] - treat by exposure to a current of air so that waste matter is eliminated, as of grain 5. [v] - remove by a current of air, as of chaff
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