unreaped

unreaped

(ʌnˈriːpt)
adj
(Agriculture) (of a harvest, grain, field, etc) not reaped, cut, or gathered
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The crop of English hay is carefully weighed, the moisture calculated, the silicates and the potash; but in all dells and pond-holes in the woods and pastures and swamps grows a rich and various crop only unreaped by man.
If, in the past, news of a wealthy person (lama am) still having a lot of unreaped rice reached a neighboring village, which itself had already concluded the harvest, the headman (tetuo) might decide to call his men together and as a group go to conclude the yet unfinished harvest (ngusul).
Night falls; the three together make Their meal of unreaped millet grain; Soon the old man is nodding.
It was a rainy summer, you remember; Rainy, with wind and ruin and swift decay Of corn grown tall and the wheat unreaped that lay Between our house and your storm-shattered timber, Behind whose fractured silhouette the pale Sun, like a lost desire, falling would break To terrible dead green along the peak Of thunder tattered into wind and hail.
There her demonstrated skill in stage-two ecumenism would allow her to participate in a fruitful dialogue where a harvest much richer than anything in Anglicanism or Lutheranism stands unreaped because labourers are few.