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  1. plural of maize
    • 1919, Various, Cambridge Essays on Education[1]:
      If these maizes were two boys, not improbably the one would be caned for failing to respond to treatment so efficacious in the case of the other.
    • 1997 August 22, Charles Mann, “BOTANY: Cashing in on Seed Banks' Novel Genes”, in Science[2], volume 277, number 5329, DOI:10.1126/science.277.5329.1042:
      By crossing the wild and cultivated maizes, researchers created resistant varieties, saving thousands of farmers from ruin.
    • 2007 October 25, Reuters, “Approval for 4 Modified Crops”, in New York Times[3]:
      The first maize and one of the hybrid maizes are made jointly by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, a subsidiary of DuPont, and Mycogen Seeds, a unit of Dow AgroSciences, which is owned by Dow Chemical .



maizes f

  1. genitive singular form of maize
  2. nominative plural form of maize
  3. vocative plural form of maize
  4. accusative plural form of maize