- n. Plural form of wheatfield.
“Blundering or flying sharp and straight across the wheatfields were the same golden bees that were depicted on the priests 'robes.”
“Worth noting that the vast numbers of US battle tanks will be highly effective defending Kansas wheatfields against whoever.”
“Â He is struck by the similarities of this entrance and his own arrival in the Kansas wheatfields over a decade and half earlier.”
“I get so envious of the guys that shine lights on their wheatfields to find 10 jackrabbits just sitting in the fields!”
“Where these broke surface giant forests reared up into the burning dull-green sky, smothering the former wheatfields of temperate Europe and North America.”
“I am very glad to find by your letter to father that your situation is less irksome than formerly, the worst part of your information is the fluctuating state of your health, I wish I could send you a little Bedfordshire air, and two or three wheatfields for your private enjoyment, for such a treat is too good for the groveling — body's (I was going to say souls) that surround you.”
“Their true target is not known, but about one hundred miles into russia proper they were stopped by a line of police cars amid the golden wheatfields.”
“Gone are the cornfields and the wheatfields and the vegetable fields, and embedded into the Jeffersonian grid in their place are vast constructed wetlands recycling wastewater by natural means.”
“Private property in everything from arrowheads to camels to wheatfields came long before anything we would characterize as a “government.””
“As I passed wheatfields and vegetable gardens my mouth remembered the taste and I wished for the food, but I had no need for it and didn't stop.”
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