Definition of Plowlands

1. Noun. (plural of plowland) ¹



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Definition of Plowlands

1. plowland [n] - See also: plowland

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plowlands

plower
plowers
plowgirl
plowgirls
plowhead
plowheads
plowhorse
plowhorses
plowing
plowing back
plowing into
plowing on
plowing through
plowings
plowland
plowlands (current term)
plowlike
plowman
plowman's lunch
plowmen
plows
plows back
plows into
plows on
plows through
plowshare
plowshares
plowtail
plowtails
plowter

Literary usage of Plowlands

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1. Journal by Bond & Share Society, New Hampshire Dental Society, American Wine Society, Manning Valley Historical Society (1908)
"The Earl of Corke has half the tythes of 12 plowlands. Archdeacon of Rosse has half the tythes of the rest of the parish, viz., half the tythes of 18 ..."

2. The Lismore Papers of Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork by Richard Boyle Cork, Alexander Balloch Grosart (1886)
"... me (which is parcell of 300'' I borrowed of Sir Wm parsons) the some of 250'' ster : vppon the mortgage of his lease of the castle & 3 plowlands of the ..."

3. Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from by William Maziere Brady (1864)
"In the parish of Skull:—Belongeth to the bishoprick of Rosse, but claimed by Capt. Hull, EP, 3 plowlands of Skull in islands, viz., Castle Island, ..."

4. The History of the Survey of Ireland: Commonly Called the Down Survey, A.D by Sir William Petty, Thomas Aiskew Larcom (1851)
"Now, at the first division of plowlands, they did endeavour to make them equall in value each to other; but much of the course ..."

5. The Life and Letters of the Great Earl of Cork by Dorothea Baker Townshend (1904)
"... Balli- garrow, containing 6 plowlands; half the towns and villages of ... the manor, castle, and town of the Sheane, and 2 plowlands ; one parcel of ..."

6. Journal by Bond & Share Society, New Hampshire Dental Society, American Wine Society, Manning Valley Historical Society (1908)
"The Earl of Corke has half the tythes of 12 plowlands. Archdeacon of Rosse has half the tythes of the rest of the parish, viz., half the tythes of 18 ..."

7. The Lismore Papers of Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork by Richard Boyle Cork, Alexander Balloch Grosart (1886)
"... me (which is parcell of 300'' I borrowed of Sir Wm parsons) the some of 250'' ster : vppon the mortgage of his lease of the castle & 3 plowlands of the ..."

8. Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from by William Maziere Brady (1864)
"In the parish of Skull:—Belongeth to the bishoprick of Rosse, but claimed by Capt. Hull, EP, 3 plowlands of Skull in islands, viz., Castle Island, ..."

9. The History of the Survey of Ireland: Commonly Called the Down Survey, A.D by Sir William Petty, Thomas Aiskew Larcom (1851)
"Now, at the first division of plowlands, they did endeavour to make them equall in value each to other; but much of the course ..."

10. The Life and Letters of the Great Earl of Cork by Dorothea Baker Townshend (1904)
"... Balli- garrow, containing 6 plowlands; half the towns and villages of ... the manor, castle, and town of the Sheane, and 2 plowlands ; one parcel of ..."

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