furrowed


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furrowed

Said of (margin drafted) ashlars which have vertical grooves cut in the face.
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His wound was but a slight scratch, which had furrowed the flesh across his temple.
When at last he looked up, his forehead was furrowed with thought, and he had the weary air of a man who has been indulging in unprofitable memories.
1-4) Another sort of pine shall bear a better fruit (4) than you upon the heights of furrowed, windy Ida.
In the first week of December, the mahangu plants in 73 year old Maria Stefanus' ripped and furrowed field in Ohaziwa village, Oshana region, were already 25 cm tall and growing fast.
55pm on Christmas Eve, dashing around John Lewis with a furrowed brow, desperately trying to find something, ANYTHING, to buy.
The new reconstruction shows a prematurely old man, with deep-set eyes, sunken cheeks, a furrowed face and ungroomed beard and hair, reports Discovery News.
The cocked head and furrowed brow say, "I don't know, boss.