plow

Part of speech: verb

To break up with a plow; work with a plow; cultivate.

Part of speech: noun

An implement for breaking up or turning over the soil; agriculture.

Part of speech: noun

Plowboy, ploughboy.

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Usage examples "plow":

  1. If and when we got all those things done, and then if it was still too wet to plow or hoe weeds, then we had some time off for ourselves. - "The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography", Johnson, Clarence Edgar.
  2. But Josiah said he'd always said " He wouldn't put his hand to the plow and look back," and he and Uncle Sime had talked it all over and agreed they would make the sacrifice for the good of Jonesville. - "Samantha at the St. Louis Exposition", Marietta Holley.
  3. He asked if I could plow. - "Twenty Years of Hus'ling", J. P. Johnston.