harvester

[hahr-vuh-ster]
noun
1.
a person who harvests; reaper.
2.
any of various farm machines for harvesting field crops.
3.
an orange-brown butterfly, Feniseca tarquinius, the larvae of which are predacious on aphids.

Origin:
1580–90; harvest + -er1

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harvester (ˈhɑːvɪstə)
 
n
1.  a person who harvests
2.  a harvesting machine, esp a combine harvester

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Example sentences
Over the course of a month, a prolific harvester can earn more than enough cash
  to live on for an entire year.
He and his two grandsons climb aboard a machine that resembles an automated car
  wash on wheels-a blueberry harvester.
Because of the snow and thick undergrowth the den was impossible to see, and a
  mechanical harvester had backed right up to it.
Engineers invented a harvester that could shake tomatoes from plants and
  distinguish red fruit from green.
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