NOTE: can include snow-plows
People had been saying that he plowed the 25-kilometre ice road.
The men and boys plowed the fields, sowed the seed, and dug out stumps.
McCollum himself also plowed the parking lot near the handicapped spaces.
They had planted seeds there before the settlers came, plowed their seeds under, and replanted the field.
He plowed the snow back into the ditch.
While I was sitting in my car figuring out what to do, snowplows came and just plowed around me.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1
Commentary: Includes: PLOW THROUGH, PLOW INTO, PLOW AHEAD
A group of Yupiks plowed their way through the freezing arctic sea in three walrus-skin boats.
He was legally drunk when he plowed his car into the back of a tow truck parked on Highway 40.
But on fourth-and-three, R.J. Bowers plowed ahead for five yards, keeping the drive alive.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3
NOTE: includes all metaphorical uses of plowing/sowing seeds
Workers moderated their wage demands while firms plowed their profits into investment.
Gehl plowed his energies into saving the company from Milwaukee Journal.
They plowed the book's profits into nonprofit health programs.
Commentary: Includes: PLOW THROUGH, PLOW AHEAD
So you've plowed through a series in three days.
She plowed through email and got caught up on things.
I have plowed through many a poor writing example as a reader and peer-reviewer.
They weren't able to see the same possibilities you saw, but you plowed ahead any way.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2
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