Definition of Harvesters

1. Noun. (plural of harvester) ¹



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Definition of Harvesters

1. harvester [n] - See also: harvester

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harvesters

harvest
harvest-lice
harvest bug
harvest fly
harvest home
harvest mite
harvest mites
harvest moon
harvest mouse
harvest time
harvest times
harvestable
harvested
harvester
harvester ant
harvesters (current term)
harvestfish
harvesting
harvestings
harvestless
harvestman
harvestmen
harvestry
harvests
harvesttime
harvesttimes
harzburgite
harzburgites
harzburgitic
has

Literary usage of Harvesters

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"THE harvesters WHAT time in summer, sad with so much light. The sun beats ceaselessly upon the fields; The harvesters, as famine urges them. ..."

2. Scandinavian Folk-lore: Illustrations of the Traditional Beliefs of the by William Alexander Craigie (1896)
"The little harvesters. ... This had gone on for many years, without anyone knowing exactly who the harvesters were, or daring to find out. ..."

3. Wilson's Quarter Century in Photography: A Collection of Hints on Practical by Edward Livingston Wilson (1887)
"It is called " The harvesters at Rest," by Mr. Wyatt Eaton (Fig. ... Suppose you were going to photograph the " harvesters at Rest. ..."

4. The Poets and Poetry of the West: With Biographical and Critical Notices by William Turner Coggeshall (1860)
"SONG OF THE harvesters. WE gather them in—the bright green leaves, With our scythes and rakes to-day, And the mow grows big, as the pitcher heaves His lifts ..."

5. The Appreciation of Music by Thomas Whitney Surette, Daniel Gregory Mason (1907)
"... The harvesters "). This naive and delightful piece is a good example of the prevailing style of French ..."

6. The Appreciation of Music by Daniel Gregory Mason, Thomas Whitney Surette (1907)
"Couperin: " Les Moissonneurs " (" The harvesters "). This naive and delightful piece is a good example of the prevailing style of French domestic music in ..."

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