Turned over with the blade of a plough to create furrows (usually for planting crops). | (figuratively, rare) Well-trodden or well-researched, previously explored. | simple past tense and past participle of plough
How To Use Ploughed In A Sentence?
One might suppose that some giant of yore had ploughed out this country and left it.
It was then ploughed up and left in that condition until a fresh crop was sown in the autumn.
He never walks into the fields but he finds ground ploughed which is fitter for pasture.
The more the ground is ploughed the better the seed will grow, the better the harvest will be.
Only half the land was ploughed for seed and the other half was left fallow or idle for a year.
The ploughed fields and roads are all more or less under water, and each day it rains more.
Trouble had ploughed its furrows deep, and all the light of hope had gone out of her eyes.
As his horse ploughed through the low scrub his men followed hard upon his heels.
The wind was favourable, and the schooner ploughed its way swiftly through the autumn night.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Ploughed | Ploughed Sentence
But the vessel ploughed on.
He turned into it and ploughed the drifts.
Was ocean ploughed with harnessed fire?
So she laid him down in the furrow of a ploughed field.
I left at home had been ploughed out of existence.
With ploughed land the case is different.
Then he came to the edge of a ploughed field.
The downs have been ploughed and sown up to the sky-line.
A field is ploughed three years running.
A bullet had ploughed a furrow across the shoulder.
As the season advanced we ploughed and planted the field.
The tenant of ploughed land may be changed annually.
Its owner chased us across ploughed fields.
Brian had ploughed and Brian had mended fences.
Most of the Prussians stayed in the ploughed field.
Shivering, I ploughed through the deepening drifts.
Something stirred in their midst and a crashing shot ploughed into it.
Its feet ploughed up the dirt as it braced them to resist him.
Here a hill has been ploughed into a sea of little brown waves.
It ought to be pulled down and the site ploughed up and sown with salt.
Then it ploughed into the swirls and headed for the smooth reaches beyond.
Especially are gendarmes not built to run across ploughed fields.
The bull stopped so abruptly that his hooves ploughed up the sand.
To dream of seeing the ground unseasonably ploughed means death.
How'd they look in a ploughed field or a muddy lane?
The shells ploughed the ground around them, smothering them with dirt.
A jagged sliver of stone ploughed across the back of his extended hand.
The little steamer had ploughed through 10,000 miles of water that season.
He ploughed his way to the bank, scrambled out, and vanished.
Her feet ploughed up the earth and stones, and the crowd hooted and jeered.
We tried our best to get along, and ploughed and sowed last spring.