Plants are ready to reap in just three to five years.
Those who reap this harvest destroy all the weeds of sorrow."
Henry, stricken with sore disease, was unable to reap the advantage.
It is now beholden on all of us to reap the benefits of the new order.
Possibly he was embittered at the time by the fact that, owing to the strong personal dislike of the king, caused chiefly by the contemptuous tone in which he had spoken of Hanover, he did not by obtaining a place in the new ministry reap the fruits of the victory to which he had so largely contributed.