OTHER WORDS FROM ploughun·ploughed, adjective
How to use plough in a sentence
Dragon skins hung in some parish churches and ploughing regularly turned up elf arrows, little-worked flints of great delicacy.
Day after day while the spring ploughing went on, the strange pair followed the plough together.
And then—when the spring ploughing is finished—I should want you to supply me with angleworms for the same length of time.
The Girl went away to talk to the cultivator's wife and baby, and the afternoon ploughing began.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
In such cases the benefits of subsoil ploughing and deep ploughing are conspicuous.
Leaves may be used as a manure, simply by ploughing them in, by composting them with lime, or by adding them to the manure heap.