Finer soils, such as those used in cores, may be harrowed before rolling.
Truly I felt harrowed, crust broken, buried things churning to the surface.
“I was so harrowed up in my mind last night that I didn’t think about my clothes at all,” said Anne.
Sitting amid the buzz and excess of the Four Seasons, Rothko must have felt that he had been deluded - that the wealthy diners were not going to be harrowed.
Four years earlier, she’d directed Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” in a harrowed Sarajevo.
“Pass Over” is the first play to open on Broadway after nearly seventeen COVID-harrowed months.
He seems harrowed at the climax, as if lamenting a twist that never happened, and puzzled by the glumness of the whole affair.
Like those good Upper West Siders thrown for a loop by Woodstock and the Weathermen, Burke was harrowed by the Jacobins and the French Revolution.
If soil has become crusted by heavy rains followed by surface drying, the crop is usually harrowed in the spring to aerate the soil and kill young weeds.
On the other hand, Sander was concerned with class distinctions and social roles, while Arbus harrowed the more subjective, unstable terrain of eroticism and gender.
Keller is not so much a character as a vector, a direction through the unspooling mess of corruption, betrayal, and butchery that harrowed Mexico between 2004 and 2012.
Recently having learned to recognize the type of tree called sycamore, I see them in any forest— the ones that look harrowed, in shreds, but go also straight up into life,
And in the role of the exorcist himself, his face prematurely harrowed and lined with the terrible burden of knowing the ways of the evil one, no other casting was possible.
A veteran of the First World War who lives in harrowed, alcohol-benumbed grief, Tom lost his three best friends in that war and spends much of his time talking to their graves.
Here, the harrowed widow of myth and drama is profane (“You always were a streak of piss,” she barks at a svelte priest) and irreligious (“leaving things to the gods doesn’t bloody well work”).
The retreat into a green world, for Will, is not an idyll but a compulsion, and you’re made to wonder what lies behind his harrowed stare: a history of violence, I would guess, both suffered and meted out.
With that, she pounced upon me, like an eagle on a lamb, and my face was squeezed into wooden bowls in sinks, and my head was put under taps of water-butts, and I was soaped, and kneaded, and towelled, and thumped, and harrowed, and rasped, until I really was quite beside myself.
Jurgis went without a word; but as he passed round the barn he came to a freshly ploughed and harrowed field, in which the farmer had set out some young peach trees; and as he walked he jerked up a row of them by the roots, more than a hundred trees in all, before he reached the end of the field.
Plus it’s a pleasure to watch truly incredible actors performing as if their Bafta depended on it, particularly Tchéky Karyo as the Sara Lund-esque Baptiste, and Keeley Hawes as Alice’s mother Gemma, who, after her Line of Duty performance earlier this year, deserves a special award for her contribution to the portrayal of steely yet harrowed women on the BBC.
He Who Himself begot middler the Holy Ghost and Himself sent Himself, Agenbuyer, between Himself and others, Who, put upon by His fiends, stripped and whipped, was nailed like bat to barndoor, starved on crosstree, Who let Him bury, stood up, harrowed hell, fared into heaven and there these nineteen hundred years sitteth on the right hand of His Own Self but yet shall come in the latter day to doom the quick and dead when all the quick shall be dead already.
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He Who Himself begot middler the Holy Ghost and Himself sent Himself Agenbuyer between Himself and others Who put upon by His fiends stripped and whipped was nailed like bat to barndoor starved on crosstree Who let Him bury stood up harrowed hell fared into heaven and there these nineteen hundred years sitteth on the right hand of His Own Self but yet shall come in the latter day to doom the quick and dead when all the quick shall be dead already