Your bodies shall lie like sheaves upon our fields; the ruins of your castles fly like chaff beneath the flail of the thresher!
The reaper and the thresher seemed to George the greatest of inventions.
The baron raged like a tiger, and the cottager laid about him like a thresher.
He was a thresher in the service of a farmer near Kew, in Surrey.
Growing to a length of ten or twelve feet, the thresher is a remarkable shark.
In came the frame house, the spring buggy, the reaper, and the thresher.
The most notable wrecks there in recent years were those of the thresher and the Lynx in 1897.
It wasn't long till the thresher shouted to him to leave go the flail.
On this particular land no fire had been set for the reason that four large stacks of wheat still stood waiting the thresher.
Mr. thresher was the first minister that was settled over them.