tillage[ til-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF tillage
Synonyms for tillage
- real estate
- old sod
- terra firma
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TILLAGE
They are, no doubt, less now than they were originally, owing to the effects of time and tillage.
She appeals to the Immortals for instruction in tillage with a view to security and welfare.
And thus much for the tillage and ordering of this white Sand.
It is much under sheep; but towards Clonmel there is a great deal of tillage.
The tillage of the neighbourhood for ten miles round is doubled in a few years.
If, however, the tillage is poor, scanty harvests will always result.
Protection from every form of plant enemies must be added to tillage.
As the season and the amount of rainfall vary, so must tillage operations be varied.
It may be said on first thought that tillage is a practice contrary to nature.
Sod and tillage have somewhat different effects on the tree and on the fruit.