Harvest and Sow


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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

Sow is an antonym for harvest in crop topic.
Nearby Words: harvested, harvesting, harvester
Antonyms for Harvest


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Sow verb – To put or set into the ground to grow.
Usage example: first sow the seeds in potting soil

Harvest is an antonym for sow in plant topic.
Nearby Words: sowed, sown, sower, sowing
Antonyms for Sow
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Common collocations

life harvest life sow life
fear harvest fear sow fear
death harvest death sow death
earth harvest earth sow earth
Other nouns: blood, amounts.

Both words in one sentence

  • Farms can only produce one type of crop, and there's strict time windows involved - you sow in spring, and you harvest in autumn.
  • The name Thérèse Raquin has been speculated to have something to do with the saying "You reap what you sow." Thérèse meaning "to harvest" and Raquin coming from the colloquial verb raquer meaning "to pay" or "to cough up."
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