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plowshare

noun plow·share \ˈpla-ˌsher\

: the part of a plow that digs into the soil

Full Definition of PLOWSHARE

:  a part of a plow that cuts the furrow

Origin of PLOWSHARE

Middle English ploughshare, from plough plow + schare plowshare — more at share
First Known Use: 14th century

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