Definition of plougher in English:

plougher

(US plower)

noun

  • See plough

    • ‘In recent times Laois ploughers have made a name for themselves not just locally but also on the national scene.’
    • ‘Experts say they're largely poorly run, barely capable of providing food at subsistence level for just the new plowers of the soil.’
    • ‘Mr. Carnegie, the City's supervisor of winter control in the area where Mr. Winter fell, acknowledged that the City plowers and sanders do not inspect the sidewalk and pay attention to the build up of debris.’
    • ‘The exhibit also contained an early model for this print, a charcoal drawing entitled ‘Pulling the Plough,’ in which an ominous ‘master’ figure pushes down on the plower's neck.’

Pronunciation

plougher

/ˈplaʊə/