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
But in recent months, while sales in the luxury condo market have stalled amid a slowdown in Latin America, developers are starting to reap the benefits from master plans that incorporate long-term, community-building amenities.
The state, consultants estimate, could reap as much as $300 million.
Women in command of America’s biggest businesses are reaping rich rewards.
Amazon Prime continues to reap the riches of Amazon Studios productions and pickups.
The fruits require nothing more complex than a reamer to reap their bounty.
Proponents estimate marijuana could generate between $350 million and $700 million in annual sales, reaping a sales tax windfall for the state.
The country’s foreign minister has said that sanctions have been paid for by Europe and the benefits reaped by the U.S. Italy has also been open to the possibility of bringing Russia back into the G-8.
While chocolate is ~*bAe*~ no matter what science says, new research suggests that chocolate eaters can also reap health benefits — besides the pure joy of indulging in the good stuff.
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Origin and Etymology of reap
Middle English repen, from Old English reopan
First Known Use: before 12th century
REAP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reap 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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