Word Of the Week (WOW) is a weekly meme created by Heena Rathore P. (me), it’s a fun way to improve one’s vocabulary by learning new words every week. If you want to participate then simply do a post with your WORD and leave the link to your post as a comment on one of my WOW post.
PART OF SPEECH:
harrow: noun harrowed: noun harrow: verb [with adj.] harrowing: gerund or present participle harrowing: adjective
noun: an implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or tines which is dragged over ploughed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed.
verb [with adj.]:
- draw a harrow over (land).
- cause distress to.
distress, trouble, afflict, grieve, torment, torture, crucify, rack, sear, pain, wound, mortify, cause agony to, cause suffering to.
calm, comfort, heartening.
USE IN SENTENCE:
Todd could take it, whereas I’m harrowed by it. They ploughed and harrowed the heavy clay. A harrowing film about racism and violence.
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