Examples of thresh in a Sentence
threshing and harvesting at the same time
the poor dog threshed against his chain
Recent Examples of thresh from the Web
Collaborating with women farmers in Niger, Trimble designed a compact, solar-powered device that threshes and winnows pearl millet, allowing more daily meals to be produced without such a physical toll.
The terms were threshed out in open council, before the largest assembly of red men ever engaged in a treaty in the western country up to that time.
Sometimes scenes of hunting, netting fish, herding and butchering animals, threshing grain and other farming activities were carved or painted directly onto tomb walls, as in the exquisite murals at the ancient burial grounds at Saqqara near Cairo.
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Origin and Etymology of thresh
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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