Thesaurus / plough through

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He remarked that the storm was over and that they were now going to get out a double team to plough through the road.

One oughtn't to have to plough through that particular kind of difficulty on such an errand.

The PreliminariesCornelia A. P. Comer

The engraving represents a ploughman driving his plough through a field.

The Devil's PoolGeorge Sand

One pities the jurisconsult who is condemned, by Comstockian clamour, to plough through such a novel.

A Book of PrefacesH. L. Mencken

"I'll be level with you yet," ran like a plough through the soil of his thoughts.

The roads were in too wretched a condition for the "Bald Eagle's" one rickety carriage to attempt to plough through.

Hubert's WifeMinnie Mary Lee

Afterwards, I run a plough through the rows, and cover them up completely.

A better symbol would be the passage of a plough through the soil leaving a furrow behind.

The Optimist's Good MorningFlorence Hobart Perin

Any one who saw that hood on my head would swear a thousand oaths that I never worked for you, or drove a plough through a furrow.

Studies in Medival Life and LiteratureEdward Tompkins McLaughlin

"I see," said Cleo, trying to plough through the heavy sand without burying the soaking wet slippers.

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