verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of harvest
Examples from the Web for harvest
These villages used to harvest rubber, cacao, palm oil, and coffee beans.
Their “livelihoods and harvest,” as Brown describes it, were stripped away from them.
Everything in life, from governance to harvest to warfare, was suffused with sacred meaning until the advent of the Enlightenment.Karen Armstrong’s New Rule: Religion Isn’t Responsible for Violence|Patricia Pearson|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Roberts estimated that close to 95 percent of all wineries have returned to harvest production.
The ancient Maya believed that the underworld of caves was home to gods that controlled rainfall and harvest bounties.The Cave Where Mayans Sacrificed Humans Is Open for Visitors|Nina Strochlic|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The summer that followed was cold and ungenial, with easterly winds, though fortunately it brightened up somewhat for the harvest.Nature Near London|Richard Jefferies
The festival to these gods of the harvest was in the month Mac, which occurred in the early spring.American Hero-Myths|Daniel G. Brinton
Whatever is good for a harvest home celebration may be used to celebrate Thanksgiving.Special Days and their Observance|Anonymous
When the harvest time arrives in December, each tenant carries his crop to the mill for grinding.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
Min, the god of Coptos and Panopolis (Akhmim), seems to have been early looked upon as a deity of the harvest and crops.