scythe

[n] - an edge tool for cutting grass 2. [v] - cut with a scythe, as of grass or grain
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Scythe

Scythe (sī&thlig;) noun [ Middle English sithe , Anglo-Saxon sīðe, sigðe ; akin to Icelandic sigðr a sickle, LG. segd , seged , seed , seid , Old High German segansa sickle, scythe, German sense scythe, and to English
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Scythe

Scythe transitive verb To cut with a scythe; to cut off as with a scythe; to mow. [ Obsolete] « Time had not scythed all that youth begun.» Shak.
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scythe

1. An instrument for mowing grass, grain, or the like, by hand, composed of a long, curving blade, with a sharp edge, made fast to a long handle, called a snath, which is bent into a form convenient for use. 'The sharp-edged scythe shears up the spiring grass.' (Dryden) 'The scythe of Time mows down.' (Milton) ... 2. A scythe-shaped blade attached ...
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scythe

noun an edge tool for cutting grass; has a long handle that must be held with both hands and a curved blade that moves parallel to the ground
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Scythe

• (n.) A scythe-shaped blade attached to ancient war chariots. • (n.) An instrument for mowing grass, grain, or the like, by hand, composed of a long, curving blade, with a sharp edge, made fast to a long handle, called a snath, which is bent into a form convenient for use. • (v. t.) To cut with a scythe; to cut off as with a scythe;...
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scythe

one of the most important of all agricultural hand tools, consisting of a curved blade fitted at an angle to a long, curved handle and used for ... [1 related articles]
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scythe

an edge tool for cutting grass
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scythe

Harvesting tool with long wooden handle and sharp, curving blade. It is similar to a sickle. The scythe was in common use in the Middle East and Europe from the dawn of agriculture until the early 20th century, by which time it had generally been replaced by machinery. Until the beginning of the 19th century, the scythe was used in the hayfield for...
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Scythe

A scythe (ð or θ) is an agricultural hand tool for mowing grass or reaping crops. It was largely replaced by horse-drawn and then tractor machinery, but is still used in some areas of Europe and Asia. The Grim Reaper and the Greek Titan Cronus are often depicted carrying or wielding a scythe. ==Etymology== `Scythe` derives from Old English si
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Scythe

a blade with a long handle used to cut grass, grain, and other crops
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