harrow

[ har-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF harrow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARROW

Aylward, Johnston, let your men form a harrow on either side of the ridge.

A harrow and a plough live there; they're sure to be at home on a day like this.

Keeper of the field, and played against Harrow the same year.

Note 18: Mr. Robinson was educated at Harrow, and was a contemporary of Mr. Sheridan.

Irpex, a harrow, so called from a fancied resemblance of its teeth to the teeth of a harrow.

He was educated at Harrow and afterwards at Trinity College.

They harrow the refined feelings of the faithful missionary.

To handle the plough, and the harrow, and scythe, in the heat of the summer fields.

But he told her at once that he was not going back to Harrow.

The harrow, the cultivator, and the plow should be kept busy.

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