Synonyms Of scyth
Definition Of scyth
a tool used for cutting crops such as grass or wheat, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to which are one or two short handles.
He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that Time's eroding force cuts down everything.
cut with a scythe.
Only Father Death reaped a bountiful harvest as he scythed the children of the community.
Example Of scyth
attacking players can scythe through defences
attacking players can scythe through defenses
But the small party does not manage to remain separate, for it meets a masqued procession featuring Winged Time, his scythe and hourglass.
Climbing on the roof, Gawain suddenly heard a violent noise, clattering off the cliff like a grindstone on a scythe .
Croft galloped across the field, jumped the low hedge into the meadow, across that and into an apple and pear orchard, well cared for; the branches pruned, the grass regularly scythed .