wheatfield

NOUN
  1. a field planted with wheat
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How To Use wheatfield In A Sentence

  • She begins by wearing a hat that looks like a small wheatfield, and ends resembling a giant purple grape. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are wheatfields and hayfields here, corn and sunflowers, and where the land rises, range-land.
  • It was like being in a wheatfield with one's eyes on a level with the indistinguishable ears. The Times Literary Supplement
  • She begins by wearing a hat that looks like a small wheatfield, and ends resembling a giant purple grape. Times, Sunday Times
  • Palmer was an archetypal English visionary landscapist, and his paintings, drawings and etchings of moonlit wheatfields and flocks of sheep influenced later artists, among them Graham Sutherland and Lucian Freud.
  • Palmer was an archetypal English visionary landscapist, and his paintings, drawings and etchings of moonlit wheatfields and flocks of sheep influenced several later artists, among them Graham Sutherland and Lucian Freud.
  • The quickest route from Wheatfield Way to the Market Place is via two shopping centres and a narrow passageway.
  • My father, " he said wearily as we spend past a huge Wheatfield, "the last elephant and lion were killed before you were born.
  • It was like being in a wheatfield with one's eyes on a level with the indistinguishable ears. The Times Literary Supplement
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