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Synonyms for plowland

arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crops

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64 million Mu plowland was damaged in varying degrees.
You can't lay out a fence line or shape a plowland or fell a tree or break a colt merely by observing general principles.
In northern England, eight oxgangs made a plowland.
Only a third of the poor households (11 of 34) maintained a combination of farm, forest, and off-farm occupations, while nearly half of them (15 of 34) had no plowland at all.
Ah, a thousand miles of tor and brae, of shire and moor, of path and road and plowland, of river and stream and burn and brook and beck, of snow and rain and fog and sun, is a long way, even for a human being.