Examples of reap in a Sentence
She is now reaping the benefits of her hard work.
He reaped large profits from his investments.
The workers were out reaping the crops.
The workers were out reaping in the fields.
Recent Examples of reap from the Web
This would mean, the viewer understands, sidelining Earn, the star of Atlanta, a blood relative who’s been loyal and hardworking while reaping only paltry rewards.
In the end, those conferences reap the bulk of the NCAA basketball dollars as well.
The Dota 2 experience suggests that developers can reap big dividends by bypassing them.
Artists reaping the early benefit of victories and/or performances at Wednesday night's (Feb. 21) Brit Awards include Dua Lipa, Stormzy and Rag 'n' Bone Man.
So many black people are still incarcerated, communities decimated, while white people reap the benefits of a narrative shift that has taken place on the backs of black folks.
The presidential imprimatur can also reap its own rewards.
More educated workers reap bigger wage gains from licensing.
But most humans will reap benefits from transportation plans that are slightly more grounded.
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Origin and Etymology of reap
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
REAP Defined for English Language Learners
: to get (something, such as a reward) as a result of something that you have done
: to cut and collect (a plant, crop, etc.) from a field
REAP Defined for Kids
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