Examples from the Web for harvester
The Girl was placed on a couch and made comfortable and then the Harvester looked around.
Of these seven wonders, the harvester and the cotton-gin will only be described in this chapter.Inventions in the Century|William Henry Doolittle
"That's the bedrock of all the trouble on the earth," interrupted the Harvester.
"Also for a couple of women or I am a mighty poor attempt at a man," said the Harvester.
"If 'a little is good, more is better,'" quoted the Harvester.
British Dictionary definitions for harvester
Word Origin and History for harvester
"a reaper," 1590s; agent noun from harvest (v.). Meaning "machine for reaping and binding" is from 1847.