harvester

[ hahr-vuh-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF harvester
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARVESTER

However, something prompted me to draw the midnight harvester out.

The owner of the land furnished the horse for the harvester.

The sickle of Cronus is thus brought into connection with the sickle of the harvester.

Collector for a harvester company in Nebraska, going from farm to farm by buggy.

Since the great failure, he has been in the harvester business only intermittently.

This was the first and only “easy money” that was ever made in the harvester world.

And so there arose the first consolidation in the harvester business.

Yucatan is the only cheap-labour country that has been enriched by the harvester.

For this reason, the harvester is the best barometer of civilisation.

Whoever operates a harvester must not only be intelligent: he must be free.

WORD ORIGIN

"a reaper," 1590s; agent noun from harvest (v.). Meaning "machine for reaping and binding" is from 1847.

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