The American pioneers had only a sickle or a scythe with which to cut their grain.
From behind the hills peeped the edge of the moon—a sickle of burnished copper.
The shoots are then topped off with a sickle, corn-cutter or similar tool.
The wheat was ripe for the sickle, but there was not a man or boy to (p. 021)cut it.
The scythe, the sickle, and the flail were the same ...