from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not furrowed; not formed into drills or ridges; hence, smooth: as, an unfurrowed field; the unfurrowed sea.

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  • adjective Not furrowed.

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  • adjective not marked with shallow depressions or furrows


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un- +‎ furrowed


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  • You can usually tell when Obama will have his A-game because his brow is unfurrowed and he looks like he just got a great night's sleep.

    McCain Seems To Have Upper Hand, But No Real Game Changers 2009

  • The plow does not complete the tractor while the ground is yet unfurrowed.

    Best New Show: LIFE Rogers 2007

  • Such young unfurrowed souls roll to meet each other like two velvet peaches that touch softly and are at rest; they mingle as easily as two brooklets that ask for nothing but to entwine themselves and ripple with ever - interlacing curves in the leafiest hiding-places.

    Adam Bede 2004

  • Now we consider our potential, for the year lays waiting yet undiscovered, even as the Earth, unfurrowed, awaits the planting season.

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  • His face, that infallible index of the mind, presented a vast expanse, unfurrowed by any of those lines and angles which disfigure the human countenance with what is termed expression.

    Washington Irving 2004

  • I could not be sure, but by touch the skin there was as smooth and unfurrowed as that of my hands and arms.

    Dread Companion Norton, Andre 1970

  • Beside him knelt the maiden, with her brow all smooth and unfurrowed by care, and the matron who, numbering more than double her years, had felt more than treble her sorrows.

    The Truce of God A Tale of the Eleventh Century George Henry Miles

  • Colonel Ashley settled back in his chair, and, with unfurrowed brow, read on:

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  • I looked, but saw not in her youthful eye and unfurrowed cheeks any traces of the sorrow and ill-usage that I thought should alone have wrung from gentle lips so harsh a sentence, and I wondered where in twenty brief years she could have learned so hard a lesson.

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  • It is true, their sweet faces, unfurrowed by guilt or shame, we shall never more gaze upon; the sound of their happy lullaby we shall never again hear.

    The Christian Home Samuel Philips


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