from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An attachment to a plow, in the form of a riding-seat supported on two wheels, to enable the plowman to ride at his work. See sulky-plow, under plow.
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The plow-truck outruns me down the hill, but I have pseudo-clean track in which to ride.
We have driveway, at least until the orange plow-truck rumbles by again...
A day after he watched his stolen plow-truck lurch away on an ill-fated path up Parliament
Russell, 35, was killed after a barefoot man stole a plow-truck from a snow-clearing crew in Toronto's Regent Park and went on a two-hour destructive rampage through city streets.
How much training do the plow-truck drivers receive?
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