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Synonyms for furrow

Synonyms for furrow

an indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face

Synonyms for furrow

a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow)

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hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove

make wrinkled or creased

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cut a furrow into a columns

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The furrows in his face deepened, the latent humor died out of his eyes.
They were long and narrow furrows sunk between parallel ridges, bordering generally upon the edges of the craters.
It was a succession of luminous furrows, very different from the radiation of Copernicus not long before; they ran parallel with each other.
He knew that they were a kind of furrow found on every part of the disc which was not mountainous; that these furrows, generally isolated, measured from 400 to 500 leagues in length; that their breadth varied from 1,000 to 1,500 yards, and that their borders were strictly parallel; but he knew nothing more either of their formation or their nature.
The compression from the surrounding loose sand, acting while the tube was still softened from the effects of the intense heat, has evidently caused the creases or furrows.
But here were two acres and a half of furrows, and only a hoe for cart and two hands to draw it -- there being an aversion to other carts and horses -- and chip dirt far away.
When they came out of the woods, all his attention was engrossed by the view of the fallow land on the upland, in parts yellow with grass, in parts trampled and checkered with furrows, in parts dotted with ridges of dung, and in parts even ploughed.
This shot that you see," added the scout, kicking the harmless iron with his foot, "has plowed the 'arth in its road from the fort, and we shall hunt for the furrow it has made, when all other signs may fail.
In this dilemma, Uncas lighted on the furrow of the cannon ball, where it had cut the ground in three adjacent ant-hills.
As the sombre wheels of the six carts go round, they seem to plough up a long crooked furrow among the populace in the streets.
It has one horn about a cubit long which is solid, but has a furrow from the base to the tip.
And the first thing I have got to say is, that for my own part I hold my master Don Quixote to be stark mad, though sometimes he says things that, to my mind, and indeed everybody's that listens to him, are so wise, and run in such a straight furrow, that Satan himself could not have said them better; but for all that, really, and beyond all question, it's my firm belief he is cracked.
His occupation was that of a farmer; but he left his plough in the furrow at the news of Lexington battle.
The grain is in the furrow, the harvest will certainly be fine.
instructed to spill it along in a furrow and afterward inhume it with