unfurrowed


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unfurrowed

(ʌnˈfʌrəʊd)
adj
1. (of a person's face) without the deep folds which appear in the skin when someone is annoyed, unhappy, or confused
2. (Agriculture) (of earth, land, soil, etc) without the long, thin lines which a farmer makes in order to plant seeds or to allow water to flow along
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Adj.1.unfurrowed - not marked with shallow depressions or furrows; "an unfurrowed field"; "unfurrowed cheeks"
furrowed, rugged - having long narrow shallow depressions (as grooves or wrinkles) in the surface; "furrowed fields"; "his furrowed face lit by a warming smile"
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He who, like myself, has roved almost from boyhood among the children of the forest, and over the unfurrowed plains and rugged heights of the western wastes, will not be startled to learn, that notwithstanding all the fascinations of the world on this civilized side of the mountains, I would fain make my bow to the splendors and gayeties of the metropolis, and plunge again amidst the hardships and perils of the wilderness."
Such young unfurrowed souls roll to meet each other like two velvet peaches that touch softly and are at rest; they mingle as easily as two brooklets that ask for nothing but to entwine themselves and ripple with ever- interlacing curves in the leafiest hiding-places.
Her face was like her mother's; a youthful unfurrowed likeness: the same low brow, the same high features, the same pride.
To be but twenty-four, with an unfurrowed brow, under which the brain is void of everything but women, love, and good intentions.
The first of these regional studies was by Sister Kathleen Burford, Unfurrowed Fields on the Central Josephites in New South Wales, Sister Joan Ryan, A Seed is Sown on their early decades in Victoria, Sister Marie Foale, The Josephites Go West on Western Australia up to 1920, and Marie Crowley, Women of the Vale on the Perthville Congregation.' (7) These were followed by Jill Barnard, Holding on to Hope on Victoria, Sister Margaret McKenna, With Grateful Hearts!
Under the commandments and supervision of the master-mind patriarch, the intimidating president of the Men's Club Dale "Diz" (1) Coba (Patrick O'Neal), the Stepford husbands acquire perfect female objects; these mechanical women have enhanced breasts, slim hips, high-powered lips, unfurrowed brows, and bland facial expressions.
Men shall not see bright fire nor hear the sea, Nor mix their hearts with music, nor behold [...] Lightning, with thunder for a hound behind Hunting through fields unfurrowed and unsown, But in the light and laughter, in the moan And music, and in grasp of lip and hand And shudder of water that makes felt on land The immeasurable tremor of all the sea, Memories shall mix and metaphors of me.
Heshan leans back in his chair; his arms hang loosely by his side and his right eyebrow is unfurrowed.
The pleural field is unfurrowed, sloping down strongly to the border furrow, slightly narrower than the axis and confluent behind the axis in a narrow strip.
As she determines, "The only way she could continue, and manage to be at all relevant to it, was as an alien, unfurrowed, assumed full circle into some paranoia" (136).
Such was its miraculous power that it unfurrowed my brow and opened up a little path to nirvana.