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synonyms for furrowing

  • adjoin
  • follow
  • line up
  • score
  • touch
  • abut
  • align
  • array
  • bound
  • communicate
  • crease
  • cut
  • delineate
  • draw
  • edge
  • fix
  • fringe
  • furrow
  • group
  • inscribe
  • join
  • march
  • marshal
  • neighbor
  • order
  • ordinate
  • outline
  • place
  • queue
  • range
  • rank
  • rim
  • rule
  • skirt
  • trace
  • underline
  • verge
  • allineate
  • butt against
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antonyms for furrowing

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  • center
  • disarrange
  • disjoin
  • disorder
  • disorganize
  • divide
  • forget
  • ignore
  • lose
  • mess up
  • mix up
  • scatter
  • separate
  • strip
  • smooth
  • open
  • extend
  • spread
  • give
  • expand
  • loose
  • free
  • lengthen
  • enlarge
  • stretch
  • increase
  • loosen
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    How to use furrowing in a sentence

    His companion was furrowing his brow over some knotty problem in his duties.
    THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
    In that weather the added burden made the sour sweat run down in streaks, furrowing the grime on his face.
    BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
    He went swifter than the wind, breaking down trees by his breast and furrowing the ground that he stamped upon.
    INDIAN MYTH AND LEGENDDONALD ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
    Then, from shame and bodily ill he began to weep, the tears furrowing down through the blood-stains on his face.
    THE MONSTER AND OTHER STORIESSTEPHEN CRANE
    The ground is prepared by throwing up beds or ridges, with the plough—back-furrowing, it is called.
    TWELVE YEARS A SLAVESOLOMON NORTHUP
    His hand raised, to swing in a violent, back-handed arc, his heavy rings furrowing the merchant's face.
    MILLENNIUMEVERETT B. COLE
    Plant the trees there and fill up the ditches by back-furrowing, and bring the land to a perfect level.
    THE APPLEVARIOUS
    The internal corrosion called furrowing has proved a frequent cause of explosion, especially in locomotive boilers.
    RECORDS OF STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONSEDWARD BINDON MARTEN
    The surface of the river began to slant away before them, not breaking yet, but furrowing into long, thready streaks.
    THE HEART OF THE ANCIENT WOODCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
    After they are placed, cover with the cultivator used in furrowing, taking off the small teeth in front and putting on the wings.
    THE GLADIOLUSMATTHEW CRAWFORD
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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