Which is the wheat and which the tares, that must be garnered or sifted from our loves?
He had placed his trust in the future, and now the whole harvest was garnered.
The whole field of fact and fancy has been gleaned and garnered.
She had reaped and garnered in her blessed Sicilian harvest.
The wheat was all garnered, and the land ploughed for a new crop.
She is a sybil in whom the wisdom of the worlds is garnered up.
Garrick soon had the world at his feet and garnered golden grain.
And there have I garnered and collected all of pleasure that I am capable of feeling.
From whom, indeed, has the vital wisdom of the race been garnered?
They were not unmindful of the riches in furs to be garnered in the Blue Ridge.