Definition of Power mower
1. Noun. A lawn mower powered by a gasoline motor.
Generic synonyms: Lawn Mower, Mower
Specialized synonyms: Riding Mower
Antonyms: Hand Mower
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Literary usage of Power mower
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1. The Gasoline Engine on the Farm: A Practical, Comprehensive Treatise of the by Xenophon Whiting Putnam (1913)
"Again, in the meadow, the same tractor truck must be readily equipped with cutting bars, a complete power mower in itself. One of the features which the ..."
2. Lawns, and how to Make Them: Together with the Proper Keeping of Putting Greens by Leonard Barron (1910)
"... TOOLS AND THEIR USE The few essentials—Types of mowers—The power mower—Preventing damage from horses—Rollers—Sweepers—Rakes—Weeders—Trimming tools—The ..."
3. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1860)
"The cost of this annehmen*, is £25—more than some good potato digging implements. Russell's Screw-power Mower and Reaper substitutes the endless screw fur ..."
4. The Healthy Heart Handbook for Women by Marian Sandmaier (1992)
"... such as table tennis • Mowing lawn (power mower) • Golf (pulling cart or carrying clubs) • Home repair and maintenance • Jogging • Swimming, ..."
5. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1858)
"... and one at the »econd, the sod of which has not been started for the last twenty years ; these are the fields for the use of the horse-power mower. ..."
6. Meeting the Challenge: A Research Agenda for America's Health, Safety, and Food by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... recreational settings, saving about $2.5 billion annually by preventing injuries from home electrocutions, poisonings, power mower accidents, and fires. ..."