SOLE
. s. f.
T. d'Agricult. Certaine étendue de champ, sur laquelle on sème successivement par années, des blés, puis des menus grains, et qu'on laisse en jachère la troisième année. On divise ordinairement une terre en trois soles. Il y a dans cette ferme quatre-vingt-dix arpents en tout ; c'est trente arpents par sole. Les soles de cette ferme ne sont pas égales. La sole de froment est plus forte cette année qu'à l'ordinaire.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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