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- n. a field planted with wheat
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The Macedonian army reached the northern bank of the river safely and rested in a tall wheat field until daybreak.
Poague's short-range guns and a section of Carpenter's battery strained through the wheat field to the rear of the infantry.
At almost the same instant Bix spotted an antitank gun about thirty meters farther to the left in a recently-mown wheat field and more guns behind it.