The company consisted of half-a-dozen Irish harvesters “on the spree.”
First came the harvesters; and then those who were content to glean where the others had left.
Women do the actual transplantation of rice and work as harvesters.
The harvesters slept in the hayloft because it was cooler there than in the house.
The voices of the harvesters came cheerily from the cornland.
A month went by,—a month of dull routine that was enlivened only by the harvesters.
Now that he will have got rid of the harvesters, he might be willing to take your friends in.
He manufactured beer with germander-leaves, and gave it to the harvesters as cider.
The harvesters with their sickles had stopped short in their work.
One evening, while watching the harvesters, I saw three new workers.