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mouldboard

US moldboard

/ (ˈməʊldˌbɔːd) /
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noun
the curved blade of a plough, which turns over the furrow
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How to use mouldboard in a sentence

  • A steep, abrupt mouldboard is adapted to light soils and to the heavier soils when they are comparatively dry.

    The First Book of Farming|Charles L. Goodrich
  • For breaking new land a plow with a long, gradually sloping share and mouldboard is used.

    The First Book of Farming|Charles L. Goodrich
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