During the harvest the farmers dry and thresh out their crops in it.
The gleaners used to use them to thresh out their collections.
We've got to thresh out the situation, and here's our last chance.
They thresh out the rice when it has matured a little on the threshing-floor.
Thresh out the straw for your food, and the grain for your masters.
Also, needless to say, the pair did not fail to thresh out problems of theology.
We didn't have to discuss wages or hours, or any of the myriad matters that human bargaining agents have to thresh out.
There were so many lives and works that we were going to thresh out together—Francis Thompson's, for one.
The Federal foresters dry these cones in the sun and thresh out the seed, which they then fan and clean.
Therefore, what could be a more fit place to thresh out dry philosophical subjects than a barn floor?