The "gleanings" are excellent, and it would be advisable to have more of them—if indeed such a thing were possible in this case.
The same grace that had given him the field gave her the gleanings.
There was a legal right of gleanings, a second tithe to be given in charity, and wages were to be paid day by day.
Such are some of the results of our gleanings in this field.
I shall now mark some gleanings of Dr. Johnson's conversation.
Motherwell's text is almost verbatim that of Buchan's gleanings, p. 98.
He did not attempt to revise, or correct, either my gleanings from his own books, or the notes added by myself from other sources.
Its furniture, like her apparel, was made up of the gleanings of every age and fashion.
Amongst the essays comprising the volume entitled "gleanings in Buddha Fields," there is nothing particularly arresting.
To those who were contemporaneous with the gleanings alluded to they will recognize them.