|one who tills the soil using a plow||plower|
|(British spelling for plow) cut into the soil with a plough; advance through great effort; pave the way; fail, not succeed, (British spelling for plow) farming tool used for cutting into the ground||plough|
|(Slang) dirty, stain, soil, insincere charm, self-serving flattery||smarm|
|, confused, fog, haze; stain; dirt, fuzzy or indistinct image, make foggy, make vague; make dim; dirty, soil, make or become fuzzy, make or become vague, smear or smeared area||blur|
|3rd planet from sun, burrow, dirt; land; planet earth, world; den, burrow; electrical grounding; ore, attach to the earth (about an electrical conductor); cover with soil, human inhabitants of Earth, one of the four elements, pursuits of everyday life||earth|
|accommodations for guest or patient, area of sea with shellfish, fix into surrounding surface, form layer, furniture on which to sleep, ground under water, have sexual intercourse with somebody, layer of food, layer of rock, mattress, patch of soil, pi...||bed|
|accumulated dirt, cover with grime, layer of dirt or other filth covering or ingrained in a surface, make dirty, soil, make filthy||grime|
|act of replacing seeds or vegetation into soil; act of secretly reinserting a spy or surveillance device; reestablishment; act of placing again, act of putting again||replantation|
|act of tilling or cultivating land; cultivated land, condition of land, degree of fineness of soil, tilled land, tilling of land||tilth|
|add more of constituent to substance, improve, improve nutritional content of food, improve soil, make more beautiful, make rich, make better, make wealthier||enrich|
|add nitrogen; make into a nitrate, fertilize soil, oxidize ammonia ion, treat with nitrogen||nitrify|
|affect every part, answer riddle, make holes in something, puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting, puzzling thing, shake ashes from fire, sift soil or stones, interpret; swell up...||riddle|
|agricultural tool with spikes or disks for breaking up and leveling plowed ground earth, break up and level plowed ground by means of a harrow; bother, harass, break up land, farm machine for breaking up soil, harry||harrow|
|alkaline accumulation in soil, caliche||calcrete|
|American oak of wet soil||water oak|
|anchoring of a plant in the soil||roothold|
|angry, causing dirt, creating contamination, despicable, dishonor, lacking brightness or clarity, make dirty, making somebody grimy, malicious, not clean, not honest or legal, not kept up, relating to illegal drugs, relating to sex, soil, stain, sully;...||dirty|
|annual legume grown in the southern USA for forage and soil improvement, black-eyed pea; edible seed of the cowpea plant||cowpea|
|antibiotic from soil bacterium, antibiotic produced by a soil fungus||streptothricin|
|antibiotic substance which is derived from bacteria in the soil and used to treat various kinds of bacterial infection, yellow crystalline antibiotic||oxytetracycline|
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