Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plowland.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mars lives in the plowlands and the borders of the plowlands.

    'Lavinia'

  • Our pagans, the folk of the plowlands, greeted us from their fields or the doorstep of their round huts.

    'Lavinia'

  • More gods crowded about, Chushor out of the waves, Dagon out of the plowlands, Aliaan out of the springs and underground waters, Resheph out of the storm, and more and more.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • Holding his moaning brother, Agamemnon plays the prophet — “But the plowlands here in Priam will feed your flesh to the worms and rot your bones, O My Brother, as you lie dead before the unbreached walls of Troy, your mission failed.”

    Ilium

  • A FARMER placed nets on his newly-sown plowlands and caught a number of Cranes, which came to pick up his seed.

    Fables

  • SOME CRANES made their feeding grounds on some plowlands newly sown with wheat.

    Fables

  • I prefer my bare plowlands and roots from the hedgerow, where I can live in safety, and without fear. "

    Fables

  • As they were on the bare plowlands, eating there wheat-stocks and roots pulled up from the hedgerow, the Town Mouse said to his friend, "You live here the life of the ants, while in my house is the horn of plenty.

    Fables

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