Synonym: crease, groove, wrinkle. Similar words: harrow, narrow, borrow, surround, surrounded, surrounding, fur, furtive. Meaning: ['fɜrəʊ /'fʌ-] n. 1. a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow) 2. a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface. v. 1. hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove 2. make wrinkled or creased 3. cut a furrow into a columns.
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1. An old ox makes a straight furrow.
2. A deep furrow appeared between his brows.
3. A deep furrow has formed in the rock, where water has run over it for centuries.
4. The river cuts a long straight furrow between the hills.
5. But when he looked at me, that furrow of care between his eyes turned into a question mark.
6. We called ploughing the last furrow in a stetch taking up the brew.
7. Another sweep along the side of a deep furrow produced a rusted iron belt-buckle of unusual design.
8. The one who ploughed the straightest furrow as declared the winner.
9. You can pick out a furrow after the harrow has gone over it.
10. Furrow flexure and ancient heat flux on Ganymede.
11. They were ploughing a lonely furrow.
12. Some deep wrinkles furrow his lower forehead.
13. The furrow in Mei's brow deepened.
14. There are several English teachers at the school, but Jeanne continues to plough a lonely furrow(sentencedict.com), teaching French and German.
15. The government is more than adept at ploughing its own diplomatic furrow.
16. The wild boar ploughs the earth up like a furrow, and does irreparable damage in the cultivated lands.
17. Properties within this unit are long and rectangular and there are traces of ridge and furrow in them.
18. The forehead is usually divided by a central ridge or furrow as in much of the Negroid work.
19. It scraped enormously over the road, turning a deep furrow in his life.
20. It has a shorter, more abrupt mould-board, which breaks the furrow but does not bury rubbish so cleanly.
21. There are many opportunities to see the ridge and furrow patterning in the fields, evidence of mediaeval farming methods.
22. Alexia held his glance for a few moments, a furrow between her eyebrows, and dropped the subject. 7:33.
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23. Another company which has long been ploughing the higher resolution furrow is Printware.
24. He did not merely walk barefoot in the pine needles, but dug his toes in so that they ploughed a shallow furrow.
25. Because mastication can exercise facial muscle, improve facial haemal circulation, enhance the metabolic function of facial cell, make furrow gradually subsidise .
26. This handsome box set draws together some of the peaks of these years that saw him plow a very musicianly furrow.
27. Since his wife's death he has been ploughing a lonely furrow.
28. A numerical model of heat and water movement in furrow sown water-repellent sand was developed and validated by the authors in Western Australia in 1991.
29. The pain of the disease caused him habitually to furrow his brow.
30. Since his wife's death, he has been plowing a lonely furrow.