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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plow.
- v. Drunk
- adj. Turned over with the blade of a plow to create furrows (usually for planting crops).
- adj. Well-trodden or well-researched, previously explored.
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- adj. (of farmland) broken and turned over with a plow
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A train plowed into Paula Ceely's automobile when she followed a portable navigation system's directions to drive down a railroad track.
But Martin plowed over from one yard with less than five minutes left in regulation to tie the contest.
This time the sword plowed deep into the bulging abdomen, and the ogre grunted as a jet of blood spurted from the wound.
Mr. FLEMONS: But I just kind of plowed on myself, and I know Justin had a really similar story.
You also correctly identified need to endlessly repeat a verb, e.g. "plowed", "tapped", etc.
Tiles, such as plowed fields, allow you to do other activities.
WHITFIELD: This is like a giant steam roller just kind of plowed through this area.
Melia Minor, who lives at 1010 Carlisle St., said the truck "plowed" her front porch, and managed to miss her husband's truck prior to stopping on the Knotts 'property.
A state trooper said Michael Edwin Doyle, 41, of Sarasota "plowed" his Chevrolet sport utility vehicle into the back of a 2007 Honda Odyssey van carrying two adults and six children, including Allan Nienaber, 7, and Rose Nienaber, 12.
My mother's street was "plowed" three days after the Christmas blizzard by a big farm tractor with chains.