from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who plows land; a cultivator.
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- noun One who plows; a plowman; a cultivator.
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- noun One who plows, works land with a
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- noun a man who plows
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More and more, homeowners are doing the math and figuring a machine can pay for itself after a few bad winters using a professional plower at $35 plus a pop.
He simply wanted to temporarily bridge the gap between the officer's upper and plower lips with a supporting rod.
Hey, Rob, you almost got run over by a plower yesterday.
The little wench apparently got picked up by the snow plower and cuddled with him for Easter before being dropped off at animal control.
Him her first lap, her his fast pal, for ditcher for plower, till deltas twoport.
It is just funny, as none of our previous cats has been a blanket plower, but he takes such joy in it that you can't help but laugh to watch him do it.
Think of the aching backs of the plower and the sower.
I say, the plower and the sower traverse their habitations; nor hath this hardened wretch discovered the least remorse at the calamities of a people to whom he was sent as our ambassador; with whom he lived, conversed, and enjoyed all that hospitality could confer; whom he pretends to have himself gained to our alliance; whom he frequently visited in their prosperity, but basely betrayed in their distress.
The plower and the sower now traverse the city of the Thebans, who united with us in the war against Philip.
Riley, one of the slaves, who was a principal plower, was not on hand for work one