ingathering, in′gth-ėr-ing, n. the collecting and securing of the fruits of the earth: harvest.
The arrangement of my little jewel-heap was more difficult, if less laborious, than the ingathering.
But, although the Christmas of 1866 saw the ingathering of the most fertile harvest, the next three years must be not overlooked.
The ingathering parties from all directions met us as we made our way up to the house.
What ingathering of the later months, when the days have grown short and chilly, can match it in joy?
They had sown the seed, and waited in serene faith the ingathering, the reconciliation of Israel with the Gentiles.
From that day and hour it was clear that there was not to be so successful an ingathering after all.
Yes; for in these first sheaves He could see the certain pledges of a nation's, of a world's, ingathering.
Just as in all agricultural harvests, this ingathering of the silk is exposed to many risks.
To peace among men shall be added healing and redemption, the ingathering of the outcast and the care of the crippled.