Thesaurus / hand-pick

opposites of hand-pick

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I hand-pick my apples; sort into three classes—first, second, and refuse.
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I hand-pick my apples into buckets and sacks from step-ladders.
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I hand-pick my apples from a step-ladder into a sack with a hoop in the mouth.
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I hand-pick my apples, in one-half bushel splint baskets; sort into two classes as soon as picked.
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I hand-pick my apples for winter use into baskets from step-ladders.
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I hand-pick my fruit into sacks slung over the shoulder; I use a step-ladder for those I cannot reach.
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I hand-pick my apples; sort into two classes—shipping and cider.
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