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Correct spelling: plough

Definition of plough:

  1. An instrument for turning up the soil; tillage; a joiner's instrument for grooving.
  2. To turn up the soil with a plough; to furrow.

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This graph shows how "plough" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for plough:

  1. How shall we sit up late at night, burning the midnight oil of study, and yet rise with the dawn, strong from sweet sleep, to guide the plough – Hodge and His Masters by Richard Jefferies
  2. The man looked as if he had been taken from the plough and was conscious of it. – Hodge and His Masters by Richard Jefferies
  3. But if you looked keenly at the groom, there was a suspicion of the plough in his face and attitude. – Hodge and His Masters by Richard Jefferies

Quotes for plough:

  1. The glacier was God's great plough set at work ages ago to grind, furrow, and knead over, as it were, the surface of the earth.
  2. All you have in comedy, in general, is just going with your instincts. You can only hope that other people think that what you think is funny is funny. I don't have an answer but I just try to plough straight ahead.
  3. Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals.
  4. The crowd, still shouting, gives way before us. We plough our way through. Women hold their aprons over their faces and go stumbling away. A roar of fury goes up. A wounded man is being carried off.
  5. My father was a progressive farmer, and was always ready to lay aside an old plough if he could replace it with one better constructed for its work. All through life, I have ever been ready to buy a better plough.

Rhymes for plough:

  1. au, beau, below, bestow, blow, bordeaux, bough, bow, brow, chateau, chow, co, cousteau, cow, cro, crow, defoe, doe, doh, dough, escrow, fao, floe, flow, foe, forego, forgo, frau, glow, go, gogh, grow, hao, hello, ho, hoe, how, howe, kayo, know, ko, kowtow, lao, loewe, lough, low, luo, macau, mao, marceau, meow, mo, monroe, mow, munro, now, o', oh, outgrow, owe, plateau, plow, poe, pow, pro, prow, rho, ro, roe, rondeau, rouleau, row, scow, sew, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, so-so, sow, stow, stowe, tableau, tao, tau, tho, thoreau, thou, though, throw, toe, tow, truffaut, turbot, undergo, vow, woe, wow, beaux, clough, dow, flo, fro, jo, joe, lo, moe, poh, rideau, sao, shough, tableaux, tallyho, tarot, trow, whoa, wo, yow, ngo, strow, bao, boe, coe, dowe, giraud, loew, lowe, noe, renaud, rowe, thibault, cloe, margaux, chau, cho, devaux, glo, gro, hau, thao, xiao, yao, loh, chateaux, dao, aux, bio, goe, goh, vo, cao, dau, mau, nau, quo, tso, uno, yo, bo, lau, rau, roh, tyo, ow, pao, loe, rao, gau, kau, bro, hoh, koh, noh, cabo, gow, kao, eau, joh, yoe, yoh, gloe, papo, kyo, inco, aue, bowe, brau, escoe, pough, sgro, shao, tsao, yau, zoh, perot, peugeot, nouveau;
  2. aglow, ago, allow, although, avow, endow, liao, macao, miro, pernod, arnaud, arnault, renault, bilbao;
  3. apropos, disallow, disavow, imo, overflow, mindanao, ivo, eeo, taekwondo;
  4. celo;