EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The farmer with all his domestics and people, engaged in the cultivation of the rye, corn, &c.
In the stalk of the rye occurs a knot, forming a slight bulge known to the peasantry as the “sweet joint.”
I was staying alone with Henry James at Rye one summer, and as twilight deepened we walked together in the garden.
As high as rye or other crops will grow, almost every foot of available ground is brought under cultivation.
One time we was at Rye she come aboard with my other shirt and some apples, and he fair beazled the life out of her about it.
Turnips and Rye are sown together in one crop, and not, as usual in other places, Turnips one year and Rye the other.
Round them the wanderer will descry a miserable field or two, planted with a stunted crop of rye, millet, or maize.
If washing is to be apprehended, then sow the ground thickly with rye, harrowing in the seed only roughly.
Thus she delivered herself to young Edward Huxtable, who now managed his father's business at Rye.
It almost equals Rye as one of the picture spots of England's south coast.