English words and Examples of Usage

use "harvest" in a sentence

At 61, Buddy Thomas works at Hank’s Harvest Foods stocking shelves.

The pecan harvest continued, with good yields in improved orchards.

This is because you can roll over old, unused harvest losses.

He says it is not Inuit tradition to harvest animals for prize money.

Some 30 per cent of the global catch is lost to post-harvest disposal.

Power is hoping a facility will be operational by next fall's harvest.

Here, in 2010, workers on combines harvest soybeans in northern Brazil.

They have to decide whether it's worth it to harvest, or call it a loss.

The wheat harvest was completed in most areas, with fair yields reported.

"Harvest means lots of fun, lots of music, lots of energy lots of friends.

Weland hopes to bring his staff out to the farm to help plant and harvest.

• Reducing the allowable initial harvest by a buffer of 30 percent.

She just wanted to play soccer without having to play for Marine Harvest."

The Harvest Festival Parade will start at 10 a.m. and run through the city.

People harvest coffee in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais in 2002.

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hazard - haunt - haul - hatch - haste - hassle
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