Plough


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Synonyms for Plough

plough into something or someone

Synonyms

  • plunge into
  • crash into
  • smash into
  • career into
  • shove into
  • hurtle into
  • bulldoze into

Synonyms for Plough

a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major

a farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrow prior to sowing

move in a way resembling that of a plow cutting into or going through the soil

Synonyms

to break and turn over earth especially with a plow

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Mr Mmapetla further advised those who would plough in March to plough mainly beans.
Tractors and equipment used: | Philp Addy - David Brown 1212 with CM4 plough.
No handling is allowed, only turning of the soil with the plough.
The plough was bought and restored by neighbouring farmer Fred Ryle for Mr Hall to use, as a thank you for his years of help in matches.
Today he still competes, and often wins in vintage tractor ploughing matches using a 1960 David Brown 850 tractor and ransome plough.
This particular crawler - a Bristol PD Angledozer - is a bulldozer with no hydraulics on the rear to attach a plough to.
CHURCH members flocked to Hade Edge to meet the World Ploughing Champion at the annual blessing of the plough service.
RARE TALENT: George Hall, pictured driving his restored 1940 David Brown trailed plough at a ploughing match.
AN old iron plough is to be paraded through a south Warwickshire village to mark Plough Sunday.
Farmer's 19-acre plough challenge A FARMERS' Union of Wales (FUW) member will attempt to plough 19 acres on his farm in 12 hours to help raise funds for charity.
The Rev Charlotte Lorimer will lead the 'Blessing of the Plough' when at least two hand-pulled ploughs, seed drills and other associated implements w i l l be in chapel.
FLINTSHIRE found itself at the centre of the vintage machinery world when a rare plough was put through its paces by the farmer who helped restore it.
When champion ploughman George Hall won his first ever ploughing match at the age of 14, he was very impressed with the Ransomes trailed plough that he had borrowed for the competition.
AN OLD iron plough is to be paraded through a south Warwickshire village and blessed at church to mark Plough Sunday.
WITH biblical references and historical evidence, the plough began life as nothing more than a stick being dragged through the soil.