Definition of Plough horse

1. Noun. A horse used to pull a plow.

Exact synonyms: Plow Horse
Generic synonyms: Workhorse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plough Horse

plottie
plottier
plotties
plottiest
plotting
plottingly
plottings
plotty
plotwise
plotz
plotzed
plotzes
plotzing
plough back
plough horse (current term)
plough into
plough on
plough stop
plough through
ploughability
ploughable
ploughboy
ploughboys
ploughed
ploughed back
ploughed into
ploughed on
ploughed through
plougher

Literary usage of Plough horse

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1. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year (1852)
"Busby, W. Two or four-horse plough, horse hoe on the ridge, ribbing corn drill ... UK Howard, J. and F. Two-horse XX. plough, four-horse plough, horse rake. ..."

2. British Farmer's Magazine (1851)
"Busby, W., United Kingdom, two or four-horse plough, horse- hoe on the ridge, ribbing corn-drill, and cart Crosskill, W., United Kingdom, Norwegian harrow, ..."

3. The Christian Examiner (1843)
"He must be a saddle-horse, a gig-horse, and a cart and plough- horse all combined, ... He must not only be a plough-horse, but he should be able, at times, ..."

4. The Life of Henry Bradley Plant by George Hutchinson Smyth, George Sherwood Dickerman (1898)
"... Diffidence—Mr. Plant's After-Dinner Speeches—His Mother's Second Marriage— Stepfather Kind to Henry—Thrown by a plough horse and nearly Killed—Attended ..."

5. The Christian Examiner and General Review edited by Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware (1843)
"He must be a saddle-horse, a gig-horse, and a cart and plough- horse all combined, ... He must not only be a plough-horse, but he should be able, at times, ..."

6. The Decimal System of Numbers: Illustrated and Practically Applied, by a by Dana Pond Colburn (1852)
"Esquire Jones bought for his farm a plough-horse worth 50 dollars ... How much more did he pay for it than for his plough-horse? How much more than for his ..."

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