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verb as in dig up ground for cultivation

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The girl’s father had stepped in front of a city riding lawn mower that had a small plow attached after seeing her sledding toward it, police spokeswoman Andrea Escher said.

In the end the task force employed hundreds of dump trucks, front-end loaders, sanders, plows, rotaries, and flamethrowers to clear the way.

Snow pushers are essentially smaller, hand-powered versions of the industrial plow.

Speaking of snow, a big storm could trap your vehicle in several feet of the stuff, and things can get even worse if a plow goes by and buries it further.

You will also need a winch if you want to use a snow plow, which is nice to have during our extensive Alaskan winters.

Think the Frogtown settlers rinsed their tonsils with something that was “too wet to plow and too thick to drink”?

Speed-the-Plow is a particularly interesting choice for Lohan.

The Times, carefully couching its words, said it spoke with Lohan about a “potential appearance” in Speed-the-Plow.

No matter: Christman and her conservative sisters remain unbowed and eager to plow ahead.

The horse has always been a tool for man, whether it was tied to a plow or pulling a carriage.

Cincinnatus will not back to his plow, or, at the best, stands sullenly between his plow-handles arguing for a higher wage.

He hired an engine to plow all his land that was not prepared, besides renting a little more, and also took a flier in wheat.

They do not have to plow or dig, or perform any other cultivation than that of clearing the land where they are to plant.

The mode of culture is to plow between the rows and hoe the plants carefully.

Scattergood had first encountered her when she came to his hardware store to buy a plow.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to plow, such as: bulldoze, cultivate, rake, reap, shove, and smash.

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