Others also were employed in cutting grass, and bringing in wood for fuel.
She shares in the work, guiding the oxen, cutting grass, even working on the road with hoe and basket.
While cutting grass in the jungle, with a blanket on his back, the day being rainy, he had been attacked by a tiger from the rear.
We spent two very busy days in Refuge harbour, cutting grass and wood, and filling up our water casks.
She was cutting grass in that same swale across which, a month before, had been tracked the deep-planted, laboured footprints.
It seems curious to a foreigner to see these apparent gentlemen following the plough or cutting grass.
A man that once was cutting grass and herding cattle earning his bread by the sweat of his brow is now Prince Fortunatus.
They are cutting grass and wheat on the battle-fields of Austerlitz and Sedan and Waterloo.
By cutting grass and stripping off birch leaves she had thus far managed each year to give Bliros, their cow, enough to eat.
Thus the vastly increased facilities for cutting grass necessitated new means for taking care of it when cut.