Win"ter-ground` (?), v. t.

To coved over in the season of winter, as for protection or shelter; as, to winter-ground the roods of a plant.

The ruddock would . . . bring thee all this, Yea, and furred moss besides, when flowers are none To winter-ground thy corse. Shak.

 

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