The harvesting might be long but the garnering would be none the less sure.
The harvest-time reminded the Bretons of the garnering by that reaper, Death.
He threw his arms about her, garnering in the full sheaf of her beauty.
He soon had the satisfaction of garnering the harvest of his sowing.
And all these wheat crops that they are just garnering in, vaquerita; tell me in truth, whose are they?
The cutting, curing, and garnering home the field of corn was a welcome task.
Taken by and large, it did not seem an auspicious moment for garnering glory.
Babylon had been garnering judgment for herself, from the beginning.
Garnering the grain, all in that nice moderate shade of blue-electric, shouldn't you call it?
In the garnering of the red harvest did our men and women of the sixties maintain themselves with a proper decorum?