Thesaurus / furrowed
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The robot straddled a planted bed three rows wide with its wheels in adjacent furrows.
Periodically, Alcántar stopped the machine and kneeled in the furrow, bending to examine a “kill”—spots where the robot’s array of cameras and blades had gone ever so slightly out of alignment and uprooted the seedling itself.
It forces us, line by surprising line, to abandon the furrows of our ordinary perspective.
The men stood round, and I watched them furtively wiping the tears away that rolled down their furrowed cheeks.
FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
Again he passes his hand over that brow that feels cut and furrowed by the lash of her words.
DOCTOR CUPIDRHODA BROUGHTON
He sailed the seas which were furrowed by the keel of Homer's hero Ulysses.
THE BIBLE STORYREV. NEWTON MARSHALL HALL
The door was opened, and the fond mother clasped her son to her heart, while the great tears coursed down her furrowed cheeks.
LITTLE BY LITTLEWILLIAM TAYLOR ADAMS
He laid his furrowed forehead on his hand, with a low groan.
HARD TIMESCHARLES DICKENS
His kindly face was furrowed with the marks of weeping, and big tears were yet standing in his eyes.
DEAD MAN'S ROCKSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Limestone polished, furrowed, and scratched by the glacier of Rosenlaui, in Switzerland.

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