EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROP

Now as for these rotters, I'll plant a crop of fists on their faces.

Now, every man who was a handful or two short of his crop began to look at us doubtfully.

If he'd been beat off, there'd been trouble; the Stewards have got the other race in their crop a bit yet.

The soil is hard, and the crop after the expenditure of much toil is often very scanty.

I sold my crop on this day se'ennight, and sold it very well.

By this means a second crop is made on the same ground, and sometimes a third.

The seed of the unknown was sown, and would grow into a crop of fabulous magnitude.

A warm autumn had there brought on a second crop of spring flowers.

But the potatoes are in, and a crop we shall have, no doubt about it.

Oh, I ain't got no education much; I've got to harvest this crop.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CROP

fruit

nounedible part of vegetative growth developed after flowering

fruits

nounedible part of vegetative growth developed after flowering
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