harvest-time

[ hahr-vist-tahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF harvest-time
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At harvest-time, however, it is inhabited—full to overflowing.

You had come, then, and it was harvest-time, and I was obliged to lend a hand.

The harvest-time reminded the Bretons of the garnering by that reaper, Death.

This is the harvest-time of the minister's year, when he sees that his labour is not in vain.

The birth of Mohammed is celebrated by a feast at harvest-time.

Harvest-time used to be of all the year the most merry and joyous.

Th' Union's the plough, making ready the land for harvest-time.

At harvest-time the first-fruits of the season were offered to the sun.

At harvest-time a watch has often to be set for them by night.

And its harvest-time now at home in Australia, the chap said.

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