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Swath definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SWATH, n. swoth.
1. A line of grass or grain cut and thrown together by the sythe in mowing or cradling.
2. The whole breadth or sweep of a sythe in mowing or cradling; as a wide swath.
3. A band or fillet. They wrapped me in a hundred yards of swath.

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

n
1: the space created by the swing of a scythe or the cut of a mowing machine
2: a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing) [syn: swath, belt]

Merriam Webster's

or swathe noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English swęth footstep, trace; akin to Middle High German swade swath Date: 14th century 1. a. a row of cut grain or grass left by a scythe or mowing machine b. the sweep of a scythe or a machine in mowing or the path cut in one course 2. a long broad strip or belt 3. a stroke of or as if of a scythe 4. a space devastated as if by a scythe

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. (also swathe) (pl. swaths or swathes) 1 a ridge of grass or corn etc. lying after being cut. 2 a space left clear after the passage of a mower etc. 3 a broad strip. Phrases and idioms: cut a wide swath be effective in destruction. Etymology: OE swæth, swathu

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Swath Swath (sw[add]th; 277), n. [AS. swa[eth]u a track, trace; akin to D. zwaad, zwad, zwade, a swath of grass, G. schwad, schwaden; perhaps, originally, a shred. Cf. Swathe, v. t.] 1. A line of grass or grain cut and thrown together by the scythe in mowing or cradling. 2. The whole sweep of a scythe, or the whole breadth from which grass or grain is cut by a scythe or a machine, in mowing or cradling; as, to cut a wide swath. 3. A band or fillet; a swathe. --Shak. Swath bank, a row of new-mown grass. [Prov. Eng.]

Moby Thesaurus

Indian file, array, articulation, bank, belt, buzz, catena, catenation, chain, chain reaction, chaining, concatenation, connection, consecution, continuum, course, cycle, descent, drone, endless belt, endless round, file, filiation, gamut, gradation, hum, line, lineage, monotone, nexus, path, pendulum, periodicity, plenum, powder train, progression, queue, range, rank, recurrence, reticulation, rotation, round, routine, row, run, scale, sequence, series, single file, spectrum, string, strip, succession, swathe, thread, tier, train, windrow



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