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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reap.

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Examples

  • I do my duty, as Richard Laymon has put it, and I submit my work, even if all it reaps is rejection letters.

    May 2nd, 2002

  • Gujputi, the elephant-lord, whose sword reaps the harvest of death; there is but one champion who can wear the papooshes of the elephant-slayer — it is Bobbachy Bahawder!”

    Burlesques

  • Gujputi, the elephant-lord, whose sword reaps the harvest of death; there is but one champion who can wear the papooshes of the elephant-slayer — it is Bobbachy Bahawder!”

    The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan

  • Bobbachy Bahawder has seen the dreadful Feringhee, Gahagan Khan Gujputi, the elephant-lord, whose sword reaps the harvest of death; there is but one champion who can wear the papooshes of the elephant-slayer -- it is Bobbachy Bahawder! "

    Burlesques

  • The U.N. estimates that the Taliban reaps about $125 million a year in opium profits, an important source of funding for the insurgency.

    Gains by Taliban Open Door to Opium Revival

  • Baloch says the Iranian state “sows madness and reaps human beings”.

    Global Voices in English » Iran: “Prisoner of Colours” is Executed

  • Furthermore, by deregulating broadcasting, the government has helped news corporations gorge themselves on a poisonous diet of sensationalism and trivialities that reaps record profits while debasing public discourse.

    Reporters and White House at war

  • His announcement is closely watched by a tourist industry that reaps $150 million from the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which will run from March 26 through April 10.

    Cherry blossom peak bloom time will be ...

  • And a Pew Research Center study out last week found that, even after the cost of going to college and the foregone income while in college is considered, an education reaps greater benefits.

    Analysis of 171 college majors puts engineers at the top

  • And a Pew Research Center study out last week found that, even after the cost of going to college and the foregone income while in college is considered, an education reaps greater benefits.

    Analysis of 171 college majors puts engineers at the top

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