harvest

Part of speech: verb

To gather, as a crop; reap.

Part of speech: noun

A ripened crop, as of grain; the time of gathering; product; return.

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Usage examples "harvest":

  1. If we have an especially healthy year, or a glorious harvest, we never say with Scripture, 'The Lord has visited His people in giving them bread. - "The Water of Life and Other Sermons", Charles Kingsley.
  2. And now he is out of work already- the man at the Church Farm turned him off directly after harvest. - "Marcella", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
  3. That is the man who, as my bailiff used to say in harvest, has always got a heavier cut of wheat than his neighbour in the same field, and is always finding himself " at the wrong job." - "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor", Arthur H. Savory.