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  • v. Present participle of sheaf.


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  • "Thirty thousand dollars!" gasped the doctor, in undertones, counting the large bills and sheafing them in one trembling hand.

    A Man of Two Countries

  • As the hour of eleven drew near a person watching her might have noticed that every now and then Tess's glance flitted wistfully to the brow of the hill, though she did not pause in her sheafing.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles


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