Swath [noun]

Definition of Swath:

dried grass

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Sentence/Example of Swath:

Steel-Blue had cut a swath around him 15 feet deep and five feet wide.

Now you can understand the width of the swath he cuts in these parts.

I devastated a swath of territory fifty miles wide and a hundred miles long.

He is rather excitable and erratic, but he cuts quite a swath here.

His scythe is one that don't need any grindstun, and his swath is one that must be cut.

Tom had stretched himself in sheer exhaustion on a swath of hay.

The swath of the boom took up every log between the two boats.

Grape and canister mow a swath and pile the dead on top of each other.

When the area to be harvested is large, clover is sometimes cured in the swath.

One man must not take another's swath unless he expects to be crowded.