plower

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plow +‎ -er

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plower (plural plowers)

  1. One who plows; one who works land with a plow.
    Only plowers can expect to become harvesters.
    • 1920, Edward Carpenter, Pagan and Christian Creeds, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., page 81:
      We have referred to the Bull many times, both in his astronomical aspect as pioneer of the Spring-Sun, and in his more direct rôle as plougher of the fields[.]

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