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Topic: SOIL

Language: Old English
Origin: furh

furrow

1 noun
     
fur‧row1 [countable]
1 a deep line or fold in the skin of someone's face, especially on the forehead [↪ wrinkle]:
A deep furrow appeared between his brows.
2TAS a wide deep line made in the surface of something, especially the ground:
the regular furrows of a plowed field
The river cuts a long straight furrow between the hills.
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