[plou-muh n] /ˈplaʊ mən/
noun, plural plowmen.
a man who .
a farm laborer or a rustic.
also plow-man, c.1300, from plow + man (n.).
/ˈplaʊˌraɪt/ noun 1. Dame Joan. born 1929, British actress, married to Laurence Olivier (1961–89)
[plou-shair] /ˈplaʊˌʃɛər/ noun 1. the cutting part of the moldboard of a plow; share. n. late 14c., from plow + share (n.2). To beat swords into plowshares is from Isaiah ii:4.
noun 1. steel that contains 0.5 to 0.95 percent carbon.
/ˈplaʊtər/ verb (intransitive) 1. to work or play in water or mud; dabble 2. to potter noun 3. the act of plowtering
[wind] /wɪnd/ noun, Informal. 1. a wind squall with a narrow, straight path of advance.