There remained five sheaves on the outer of Barney's two swaths, two on the inner of Dick's.
In half an hour there were still left them, taking two swaths apiece, the two long sides and the two short ends.
Just to lay off the beds in swaths and follow them, deftly picking the stamens and yellow petals from the blooms.
From among a sheaf of hayforks he chose the lightest for them, and they began anywhere, just tipping at the swaths.
Mow, and then rake, and then go over it again, cutting across the first swaths.
Darius probably expected to mow down the Macedonians in swaths with these formidable implements of war.
This order was so manfully obeyed that when the redcoats climbed the hill they fell in swaths before the patriots' rifles.
But two horses pulling a hay-tedder will straddle the open strip between the swaths when the tedder is twice the width of the cut.
The air was sweet with the breath of mown hayfields where swaths of clover had been steeping in the sun.
She was partially paralyzed, and her legs were bound in swaths of willow bark, seemingly in an effort to strengthen them.