furrow

Part of speech: verb

To cut furrows in.

Part of speech: noun

A trench made by a plow; groove; wrinkle.

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Usage examples "furrow":

  1. Across the upland above the cliff a ploughman drove leisurably forth and back, and always close behind his heels the earth was white with these birds inspecting the fresh- turned furrow. - "The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
  2. Here the furrow ended, and the man turned his team about. - "Wanderers", Knut Hamsun.
  3. The bullet had plowed a furrow in the flesh of the upper arm, but, muttering " I guess it's bled about all it's going to," he first tied the mule to a tree, then slid the " reloads" into his guns. - "The Mystery of The Barranca", Herman Whitaker.