Noun(1) a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow(2) a slight depression or fold in the smoothness of a surface
Verb(1) hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove(2) make wrinkled or creased(3) cut a furrow into a columns
(1) The wrinkled old man seemed to relax, but the deep furrow in his brow didn't lift until she had her hand on the doorknob.(2) Spread a bed of mortar to a little more than the prescribed thickness (the string line will guide you in this) and roughen the mortar surface by making a shallow furrow with the point of the trowel.(3) The Blue Party talk about encouraging wealth creation, but it is for the benefit of yon City folk, not for them as have to till the land and furrow the soil.(4) A musket ball whined past my ear and gouged a furrow in the trunk of a tree.(5) Applying 1.0-2.0 in. of water after the seed has been planted will cause soil particles to dislodge and move from the tops of soil ridges into the seed furrow .(6) We have ploughed a phosphorescent furrow in the darkness through chunky, Atlantic seas, windward of the West Indies, from Barbados down to Tobago.(7) A yoke on oxen prevents them from moving away from each other so that they plough the furrow correctly.(8) fields of ridge and furrow(9) Alan and Tess began to quickly dig another furrow in the sand beside their daughter.(10) The use of liquid insecticide placed in the furrow with the seed has gained in popularity over the last few years as a convenient and inexpensive method to achieve wireworm and seedcorn maggot control.(11) York's medieval farmers who used to plough a furrow here would still recognise it.(12) Hoe drills, especially those with wider row spacing, can plant seed deeper because they can build a ridge and plant in the furrow .(13) They often furrow the areas around these piles with their horns, making the piles even more conspicuous.(14) The shallow planting resulted from the planter not adequately cutting through heavy corn and soybean residue and properly placing the seed in the furrow .(15) Also at planting time, growers might want to consider increasing their Temik rate in the seed furrow if they know high nematode populations are present, Lorenz says.(16) Instead he did a nosedive right beside the chest, his chin gouging a furrow in the sandy soil.
(1) cleavage furrow :: rhych holltiad
1. groove ::
2. wrinkle ::
3. wrinkle ::
4. chamfer ::
5. rut ::
Different Formsfurrow, furrowed, furrowing, furrows
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