[ plou-boi ]
/ ˈplaʊˌbɔɪ /
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How to use plowboy in a sentence
Beside the road we saw a plow-boy straddle, whistling on a stile.
If so, I wish I could call in that small plow-boy of 1874 and let him play a game with this particular pack!A Son of the Middle Border|Hamlin Garland
When the latter got back in the hills he met a plow-boy who was plowing with two yellow steers.The Chinese Fairy Book|Various
One day he saw his father's plow-boy come galloping up to the door in great haste.The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain and Other Tales|Hannah More
The plow-boy puts on his father's boots and proceeds to plow up the cunning little angle worm.Remarks|Bill Nye