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Use "plowland" in a sentence
"When they left the Vicarage, they had begun an argument which swung their feet along so rhythmically in time with it that they covered the ground at over four miles an hour, and saw nothing of the hedgerows, the swelling plowland, or the mild blue sky."
"All about the field, like heaps of manure on well-kept plowland, lay from ten to fifteen dead and wounded to each couple of acres."
"It is guesswork what sites to seek-in a city turned alien, in a remnant of countryside where grass and wild-flowers have taken back the plowland-and stand for a while, feeling not altogether alone, before saying very quietly, "Goodbye now, and thank you.""