windrow

[wind-roh, win-]
noun
1.
a row or line of hay raked together to dry before being raked into heaps.
2.
any similar row, as of sheaves of grain, made for the purpose of drying.
3.
a row of dry leaves, dust, etc., swept together by the wind.
verb (used with object)
4.
to arrange in a windrow.

Origin:
1515–25; wind1 + row1

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windrow (ˈwɪndˌrəʊ, ˈwɪnˌrəʊ)
 
n
1.  a long low ridge or line of hay or a similar crop, designed to achieve the best conditions for drying or curing
2.  a line of leaves, snow, dust, etc, swept together by the wind
 
vb
3.  (tr) to put (hay or a similar crop) into windrows
 
'windrower
 
n

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Example sentences
The windrow evener shall be adjusted so that the windrowed aggregate will have
  the desired uniform cross section.
Each compost windrow or pile shall be marked with an identification number.
Having a controlled supply of air enables construction of large piles, which
  require less land than the windrow method.
No gravel of sod berm or windrow will be left in-between the road and the ditch
  slope.
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