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(1) He's cutting grass with a scythe.
(2) Two men were attempting to scythe the long grass.
(3) Jimmy was sitting in the shed sharpening a scythe.
(4) It was like corn falling before the scythe.
(5) As her scythe moved mechanically through the bean field, a sandy-colored hare was startled out of its hiding place.
(6) The first job was to scythe paths through the nettles so the children could play without being stung.
(7) He would scythe her down if she didn't fit in with his plans.
(8) Throwing down his scythe he scooped up some millet and straightened up.
(9) The scythe of time creates superiority of title as it does seniority of age.
(10) I saw you wield scythe once.
(11) With the poor crooked Scythe and Spade.
(12) Travis Moses: Well, I'm a scythe guy.
(13) Hang a scythe to its handle.
(14) I use a scythe for cutting grass.
(15) Here is a scythe. I give it to you.
(16) A giant scythe. around[Sentencedict.com ], the smell of fresh blood.
(17) Scythe - Hope of a fruitful harvest of things hoped for.
(18) I find this Scythe of the Celt to be quite a disturbing force.
(19) Its scythe - like tail into the water, the fishing line to slide down quickly also.
(20) Tom, just cut his arm with a scythe , tumbled on it in the hayfield.
(21) Joy made one last desperate attempt and produced the most horrendous squeak ever, like a hare caught by a harvest scythe.
(22) No-one else went around with empty eye sockets and, of course, the scythe over one shoulder was another clue.
(23) All reaping must be done by hand using sickle and scythe due to the difficulty in using modern machinery.
(24) To cut down ( grass or grain ) with a scythe or a mechanical device.
(25) Death is often pictured as a skeleton in a black robe, holding a scythe.
(26) The word "swale" is interesting. You hear in it the s and the w, the two key sounds of this poem, which are the sounds of the whispering scythe.
(27) He was very busy, putting an edge on a scythe.
(28) Bearded eccentrics in cluttered attics, and lavender-scented maiden aunts, will continue to practise it, just as there will still be people who bake their own bread or scythe the meadow grass.
(29) Others may fall around us like leaves, or be mowed down by the scythe of Time like grass: these are but metaphors to the unreflecting, buoyant ears and overweening presumption of youth.
(30) Then sounds of England, the tinkle of the hammer on the anvil in the country smithy. The corncrake on the dewy morning. The sound of scythe against the whetstone.