Then he reached out both hands vaguely and touched the shaft of the plough.
The plough looks a bit glum, but she'll grow to like us presently.
She unbuttoned the mackintosh and spread it on the bar of the plough and sat down.
A harrow and a plough live there; they're sure to be at home on a day like this.
The action of the plough has often obliterated the traces of ancient barrows.
I go out at daybreak, driving the oxen to field, and I yoke them to the plough.
A ploughland was as much land as one plough with oxen could plough in a year.
As I think I have remarked elsewhere, the Republic is founded on the plough.
With these were also granted 6,000 oxen accustomed to the plough, as well as supplies of seeds, &c.
To-morrow I begin my operations as a farmer, and so God speed the plough!