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subsoiler

[suhb-soi-ler] /ˈsʌbˌsɔɪ lər/
noun
1.
one who operates a subsoil plow.
Origin of subsoiler
1850-1855
First recorded in 1850-55; subsoil + -er1
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  • I prefer young, thrifty trees, planted in furrows made with a plow and subsoiler.

    The Apple Various
  • Plants two-year-old trees, in trenches made with plow and subsoiler.

    The Apple Various
  • In planting, plow both ways with a coulter and subsoiler, then dig out.

    The Apple Various
  • Let Sam take the plough, and have young Thompson follow with the subsoiler.

    The Fat of the Land John Williams Streeter
  • The ordinary plough was to be followed in this case by a subsoiler, to stir the earth as deep as possible.

    The Fat of the Land John Williams Streeter
  • They should be thrown out as deep as can be done with a plow, then followed by subsoiler twelve to eighteen inches deep.

    The Apple Various

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