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plowed

verb
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She walked steadily a little in front of him across the plowed field.
Here was the world in which he had lived; here the plowed field, the high road yonder, and Mary, stripping ivy from the trees.
By this time the party had reached a freshly plowed field, and the Prince said to Dorothy:
The steamer plowed steadily on toward the south without pause.
So Piers offered, if they would wait until he had plowed his field, to go with them and show them the way.
The firs in the Haunted Wood were all feathery and wonderful; the birches and wild cherry trees were outlined in pearl; the plowed fields were stretches of snowy dimples; and there was a crisp tang in the air that was glorious.
He was very quick, and sometimes he turned with such sharpness that his hind legs lost their footing and he plowed the sand with his quarter.
The better part of the man is soon plowed into the soil for compost.
Tim sailed through the air in a headlong pitch, struck spread-eagled on his face, and plowed along in a cloud of dust.
The town for years traditionally plowed some private roads, and even cleared out church parking lots after winter storms.