Reaped [verb]

Definition of Reaped:

collect, harvest

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Sentence/Example of Reaped:

As he made his way forward, he reaped a portion of the Devil's promised fame.

Two crops may be reaped from the same plant; but the second is poor if it be not flooded.

The sun is still warm, but the waters of the lake are grey and all the fields are reaped.

You have reaped what you have sown, that is all; but you have suffered enough.

Nina had been a great success in society, and she reaped the full benefit of it.

I have ever been candid with you, my child, and I have reaped all the benefit of my frankness; let me then tell you all.

The rye was reaped, the wheat and oats were harvested, and the flax was pulled.

They lay in the dank and chilly dawn as though death had reaped the field.

I should be content could I believe it would be reaped then.

The winds had been long sown, and now the whirlwind was to be reaped.