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breastplow

[ brest-plou ]
/ ˈbrɛstˌplaʊ /
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noun Agriculture.

a cultivator moved forward by a person pressing the chest against a crossbar.

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Also especially British, breast·plough .

Origin of breastplow

First recorded in 1715–25; breast + plow
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