From Middle English mowynge; equivalent to mow + -ing.
- present participle of mow
mowing (plural mowings)
- The activity by which something is mown.
2008 April 20, Jay Romano, “Got a Mess of Geese? Some Solutions”, in New York Times:
One gallon costs about $220, covers an acre and lasts through about two mowings.
- Land from which grass is cut.