harvest

[ hahr-vist ]SEE DEFINITION OF harvest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARVEST

In a land rich in harvest, children just must not go hungry.

It is the star that is not reached and the harvest sleeping in the unplowed ground.

Calvert and I have been helping our neighbors to get in the harvest.

Harvest after harvest Shakespeare brought forth of astounding quality.

He said the men were rebuilding the stockade and getting in the harvest.

Then boys and girls enter dancing and singing a harvest song.

In harvest time the aspect of the country must be one of extreme richness.

What belief should be sown to blossom forth in a harvest of strength and peace?

Call her a Harvest Hamper, and braid her lovely locks with strings of onions!

How can we expect a harvest of thought who have not had a seed-time of character?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HARVEST

fruit

nounedible part of vegetative growth developed after flowering
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