Definition of Plow ahead

1. Verb. Proceed (with a plan of action). "He went ahead with the project"

Exact synonyms: Go Ahead
Generic synonyms: Act, Move
Derivative terms: Go-ahead, Go-ahead



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plow Ahead

ploukier
ploukiest
plouks
plounce
plounced
plounces
plouncing
plouter
ploutered
plouters
plover
ploverlike
plovers
plovery
plow
plow ahead (current term)
plow back
plow horse
plow into
plow on
plow stop
plow through
plow up
plowable
ploward
plowback
plowbacks
plowboy
plowboys
plowed

Literary usage of Plow ahead

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1897)
"... commenced as soon as a storm begins, pilot plows being used first. ln using a plow the bucking is, of course, done with the plow ahead of the engines, ..."

2. Recollections of a Newspaperman: A Record of Life and Events in California by Frank Aleamon Leach (1917)
"... the man behind me could not plow ahead of me, but he had to keep out pf the way of the man behind him, and so on back, with all the teams on the job. ..."

3. Elements of Railroad Track and Construction by Winter Lincoln Wilson (1915)
"The train is hauled to the fill and fastened by brakes or blocks so that it cannot move; the engine is cut loose from the train and drags the plow ahead by ..."

4. Elements of Railroad Track and Construction by Winter Lincoln Wilson (1915)
"The train is hauled to the fill and fastened by brakes or blocks so that it cannot move; the engine is cut loose from the train and drags the plow ahead by ..."

5. Digest of Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States ...by United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company by United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1917)
"... causing its derailment by snow accumulated on the track, although failure to ┬╗end a snow plow ahead was alleged as an incident or remote cause of damage ..."

6. Our Farming: Or, How We Have Made a Run-down Farm Bring Both Profit and Pleasure by Theodore Brainard Terry (1893)
"This is simply a very small Of course, for such plowing, and for all on our farm, a plow ahead of the big one, that skims along two inches deep and throws ..."

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