Harvest and Plant


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Harvest verb – To catch or collect (a crop or natural resource) for human use.
Usage example: every year we harvest corn from our own garden

Plant is an antonym for harvest in gathering of produce topic.
Nearby Words: harvested, harvesting, harvester
Antonyms for Harvest


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Plant verb – To put or set into the ground to grow.
Usage example: I'll plant the marigold seeds in the spring

Harvest is an antonym for plant in topics: establish, put in the ground for growing.
Nearby Words: plan, planted, planter, plantation, planting
Antonyms for Plant
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How words are described

rare rare harvest rare plant
special special harvest special plant
complete complete harvest complete plant
dead dead harvest dead plant
Other adjectives: single, entire, massive, large.

Common collocations

seed harvest seed plant seed
crop harvest crop plant crop
trees harvest trees plant trees
diamonds harvest diamonds plant diamonds

Both words in one sentence

  • Western Animation / Silly Symphonies Playing Sick: This is how Peter Pig and Donald Duck get out of helping the Wise Little Hen plant and harvest her corn.
  • Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon Sergei: I will plant the seeds of revenge and let them grow, then I'll harvest the vegetables of revenge and from those vegetables, I will plant more seeds!
  • At the end of Monsters, Inc., Sulley actually ends up becoming the new CEO of the titular power plant after exposing Waternoose's evil plans to kidnap and torture children for maximum scream harvest.
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