from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who gathers a crop.
- n. A machine for harvesting crops; a reaper.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who gathers the harvest.
- n. A machine that gathers the harvest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who harvests; a machine for cutting and gathering grain; a reaper.
- n. A harvesting ant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who harvests.
- n. A machine for gathering field-crops, such as grain, beans, flax, potatoes, etc.; specifically, a reaping-machine.
- n. A harvest-spider or harvestman.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields
- n. someone who helps to gather the harvest
The international harvester is not pleased. blooch
Unless some unused domain name harvester finds this mention of it and gets to it first.
And these ants are called harvester ants because they eat seeds.
The harvester is a type of heavy vehicle employed in cut-to-length logging operations for felling, delimbing and bucking trees.
Today's Times described an everyday scene in Iraq - two cars pulled up, the men took a belt driven machine gun from the boot known as a 'harvester' in those parts and mowed down a large group of young boys who were playing football.
At Intel, Dr. Smith is exploring the use of electromagnetic radiation and creating an electronic "harvester" of ambient radio waves.
But apparently he took the inclusion of big "harvester" robots in the upcoming
Let him who doubts this contrast the Negro in the South toiling through a field of oats with an old-fashioned reaper with the white man on a modern farm in the West, sitting upon a modern "harvester," behind two spirited horses, with an umbrella over him, using a machine that cuts and binds the oats at the same time, -- doing four times as much work as the black man with one half the labour.
Zack's two sisters and two other teens stood on the noisy harvester by the machine's sorting table, snatching leaves and rocks off the conveyor belt before the potatoes tumbled into a truck running alongside.
His father, Kevin, followed on a potato harvester, which scooped up the neat rows of potatoes.
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