from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A gang-plow designed to be drawn by a wire rope, and operated by Steam-power.


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  • Many a farmyard, with its binders, rakes, drills, rollers, gasoline engine, fanning-mill, and steam-plow looks as if someone had been giving a machinery shower; but in the kitchen you will find the old washboard and dasher churn, which belonged to the same era as the reaping hook and tallow candle.

    In Times Like These 1915

  • They talk here of steam-plows and steam-wagons for common roads, and I have no doubt the steam-plow will be first practically and generally used, so far as the

    Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands Charles Nordhoff 1865


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