The day was clear and mild, and the soil, freshly cleft by the plowshare, sent up a light steam.
Then, rising to the surface, it thrust out a fin like a plowshare.
My father gathered his big chin, flat like a plowshare, into the trough of his bronze hand.
Utah is the hardest soil into which the Methodist plowshare was ever set.
But the plowshare of war has turned up the tough sod of custom, and now every sound new idea has a chance.
A wrought-iron fragment from a plowshare said to have been used for cultivating cotton in South Carolina.
I do not exaggerate very grossly when I say that a blacksmith would have hammered a plowshare out of his hard face.
They placed the plowshare and the pruning hook where the rifle and the tomahawk long held sway.
But pry open the hungry mouth with the plowshare, and the earth will drink greedily.
Here was an ideal pacifist, who could turn his sword into a plowshare at will, and yet keep the former unsheathed for instant use.