sickle[ sik-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF sickle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SICKLE
The American pioneers had only a sickle or a scythe with which to cut their grain.
From behind the hills peeped the edge of the moon—a sickle of burnished copper.
The shoots are then topped off with a sickle, corn-cutter or similar tool.
The wheat was ripe for the sickle, but there was not a man or boy to (p. 021)cut it.
The scythe, the sickle, and the flail were the same as their forbears had used for centuries.
From horn to horn of the sickle galloped the riderless horses.
Situated in the handle of the Sickle, and the right fore paw of the Lion.
Then he gave the magician a blow with the sickle and cut off his head.
This I cut with a sickle, and then thrashed it with a flail.
Down they went before the Spanish blades like corn before the sickle.