Origin of tillage
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They are, no doubt, less now than they were originally, owing to the effects of time and tillage.Y Gododin
She appeals to the Immortals for instruction in tillage with a view to security and welfare.History of Religion
And thus much for the tillage and ordering of this white Sand.The English Husbandman
It is much under sheep; but towards Clonmel there is a great deal of tillage.
The tillage of the neighbourhood for ten miles round is doubled in a few years.
- the act, process, or art of tilling
- tilled land
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Word Origin and History for tillage
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