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furrow
Definition:
To cut a furrow in; to make furrows in; to plow; as, to furrow the ground or sea.

Synonyms:

noun
artifact
furrow.
dent
crenel, embrasure, incision, scallop, embrasures, crenels, scallops, con-cavity.
ditch
channel, corrugation, crease, crinkle, fluting, fold, groove, gutter, hollow, line, plica, rabbet, ridge, ruck, rut, seam, trench, wrinkle, Rimple, Rivel, dike, crow's-foot.
furrow
chamfer, chase, crease, crinkle, groove, line, rut, seam, wrinkle.
groove
canal, channel, corrugation, cut, dado, ditch, flute, groove, gully, gutter, incision, ravine, rut, slot, trench, trough.
line
figuration, line, lineament, lineation, queue, scar, tracings, lineaments, borderlines.
plication
plication.
ridge
chine, moraine, ridge, upland, Esker, Hogback, moraines, chines, uplands.
wrinkle
flection, Infold.
verb
contact
furrow, groove, rut.
groove
corrugate, dig, incise.
wrinkle
crease, crimp, double, fold, gather, pleat, pucker, ripple, tuck, wrinkle.
Examples of usage:
  1. Every other link bites through the hide an' the chain plows a most excellent an' wholesome furrow. – Wolfville Nights by Alfred Lewis
  2. But you have lifted me out of the furrow. – Prescott of Saskatchewan by Harold Bindloss
  3. His eyes still followed the young wife, who had already reached the foot of the hill, but now a deep furrow appeared in his brow. – The Sign of Flame by E. Werner
  4. It has been worn into a deep furrow some twenty or thirty feet from the top, horizontal and running its entire length. – Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe by Sabine Baring-Gould
  5. He did not doubt his own strength for he could plow as long a furrow as was necessary. – The Lost Wagon by James Arthur Kjelgaard

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