They dressed themselves like plowmen and started towards Camelot.
Go on and redden the ground now, you knave, as other plowmen do.
In the night the dairy woman and the plowmen at Ormgard farm had run away.
Five plowmen came in succession, but all were behind the first in time and cut a less regular furrow.
Indeed, a plow is made up from the thoughts and toils of generations of plowmen.
The plowmen quite simply inserted the pointed end in the ground and pried.
Because of the ground which is chapt, for that no rain hath been in the land, the plowmen are ashamed, they cover their heads.
The Continental Army was an army of plowmen and artisans, poorly armed and poorly clothed.
But then it ought to be elegantly simple, for the Plowmen should appear in their Holyday Garments.
Suppose, however, that the State made the law, and all the plowmen were in accord with it: could the State bear with it then?