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plow (plural plows)

  1. (American spelling) Alternative spelling of plough
    • 2019 December 10, Cider Mill Press, Robert Frost Signature Notebook (The Signature Notebook Series)‎[1], Simon and Schuster, →ISBN:
      A plow, they say, to plow the snow.
      They cannot mean to plant it, no–
      Unless in bitterness to mock
      At having cultivated rock.

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plow (third-person singular simple present plows, present participle plowing, simple past and past participle plowed)

  1. (American spelling) Alternative spelling of plough
    Trucks plowed through the water to ferry flood victims to safety.
    • 2013 June 18, Simon Romero, “Protests Widen as Brazilians Chide Leaders”, in New York Times, retrieved 21 June 2013:
      Government institutions seem prepared to continue plowing public funds into the projects. A Brazilian newspaper reported Tuesday that the national development bank had approved a new loan of about $200 million for Itaquerão, a new stadium in São Paulo that is expected to host the opening match of the World Cup.

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