Definition of Gangplow

1. an agricultural implement [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gangplow

gangliosialidosis
ganglioside
ganglioside O-acetyltransferase
ganglioside galactosyltransferase
ganglioside lipidosis
gangliosides
gangliosidoses
gangliosidosis
gangliosidosis g(m1)
gangly
gangmaster
gangmasters
gangosa
gangplank
gangplanks
gangplow (current term)
gangplows
gangrape
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gangrel
gangrels
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gangrene
gangrened
gangrenes
gangrenescent
gangrening

Literary usage of Gangplow

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Then came the gangplow or multi- plow, drawn by a tractor instead of horses. For such plows the share and moldboard was often impracticable so the disc-plow ..."

2. Fundamental Sources of Efficiency by Fletcher Durell (1914)
"For example, if a field is approximately level, this uniformity opens the way to the use of a gangplow in cultivating the field. Uniformity in the size and ..."

3. Fundamental Sources of Efficiency by Fletcher Durell (1914)
"Of implements used in breaking up the ground in agriculture, we have the hand, hoe, spade, plow, gangplow. Of instruments used in reaping grain the ..."

4. Bulletin by Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (1894)
"The first week in June the crop was turned over with a Rochester gangplow.'' DR Pease, Trumansburg, Seneca County, has also had experience with crimson ..."

5. United States Congressional Serial Set by United States Government Printing Office (1869)
"gangplow Nov. 3,l¡x!a ^301 Davison, John S-. and Nicholas Lorton, Cranberry, NJ Cover for chambers ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Then came the gangplow or multi- plow, drawn by a tractor instead of horses. For such plows the share and moldboard was often impracticable so the disc-plow ..."

7. Fundamental Sources of Efficiency by Fletcher Durell (1914)
"For example, if a field is approximately level, this uniformity opens the way to the use of a gangplow in cultivating the field. Uniformity in the size and ..."

8. Fundamental Sources of Efficiency by Fletcher Durell (1914)
"Of implements used in breaking up the ground in agriculture, we have the hand, hoe, spade, plow, gangplow. Of instruments used in reaping grain the ..."

9. Bulletin by Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (1894)
"The first week in June the crop was turned over with a Rochester gangplow.'' DR Pease, Trumansburg, Seneca County, has also had experience with crimson ..."

10. United States Congressional Serial Set by United States Government Printing Office (1869)
"gangplow Nov. 3,l¡x!a ^301 Davison, John S-. and Nicholas Lorton, Cranberry, NJ Cover for chambers ..."

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