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
Expect liberal groups, like MoveOn.org and Indivisible, to reap an initial windfall.
But the new version allows companies like Trump's - which own valuable property but pay few to no employees - to also reap the benefits.
Many good programs and safety nets will disappear entirely in order for the top 1 percent to reap those generous benefits.
But will the Sacramento State graduate be around to reap any of these recruiting efforts?
The arrangement allows the attackers to reap the benefit of my hardware and electricity without providing anything to me in return.
The partnership subsequently remortgaged the property, enabling the partners to reap about $200 million.
Of course, all of this is coming from a person who has been socialized as a man and has been reaping the benefits attached to male privilege his entire life.
Meanwhile, Suniva, which has filed for Chapter 11, and SolarWorld, whose German parent is bankrupt, are probably too financially strapped to reap much reward.
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Origin and Etymology of reap
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of reap for Students
- reap a crop
- You'll reap the benefit of your hard work.
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