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
The world may soon reap the whirlwind that a broken political system has sown.
Medicaid pays for most long-term care, but Medicare would reap most of the potential cost savings from things like fewer hospital readmissions.
The Mnuchins reap other tax benefits available chiefly to the rich.
And hopefully, a few decades hence, Eric Winston and all players of his generation will reap the benefits of a union that will have worked hard on his behalf.
And when California is no longer gripped by a partisan monopoly, Californians will reap the benefits of new ideas to solve our biggest challenges.
Those with anxiety disorders, who prefer not to consume THC, for instance, can reap the medicinal benefits of CBD without getting high.
Naming Rights Though the team is losing money, the next ownership group will reap the benefits of a new naming rights deal for the stadium.
And Louisville City has reaped the rewards, as Ownby's speed and technical ability on the ball, as well as an innate tactical sense of where the open space is has led him to becoming Louisville City's lead playmaker this season.
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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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