Synonyms for crop:
granary, maize, inner circle, cultivation, cut away, unproductive, the in-crowd, starting gate, arable, cash crop, uncultivated, crop rotation, lariat, Focus Group, cultivated, silk, Terraced, haystack, rice paddy, Terracing, straw, stubble, cadre, reap, rick, scarecrow, subgroup, truck farm, the green revolution, spray, plantation, fertile, fallow, fruitful, clique, in-group, gouge out, fruitage, haymaking, Pack saddle, chop off, root crop, growing season, plowshare, paddy, riding crop, saw off, fertility, crop circle, new-mown, slice off, monoculture, gather in, winning post, vineyard, sheaf, hayrick, market garden, blinders.
lop off, shave off.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
crop up (noun)
hair, curls, locks, tresses.
harvest of fruit, vegetable (noun)
cut, trim off (verb)
decrease, prune, concentrate, minimize, dwindle, deflate, lighten, pare, compress, taper, shrink, condense, bob, contract, shave, decrement, deplete, nip, shorten, abridge, abbreviate, weed, erode, diminish, trim, downgrade, truncate, lessen, compact, reduce.
bar, disallow, blacklist, exhaust, eject, cull, clip, exclude, shear, emit, chop, discard, excrete, evacuate, reject, seep, exude, oppugn, deny, cut, blackball, disapprove, disgorge, vent, abandon, curtail, secrete, check, deep-six, scrap, eliminate, lop, belch, disclaim, jettison, spew, vomit, discharge, jilt, erupt, shed, excise, drain, snip, junk, trash.
Usage examples for crop:
- " I know you can," and she struck her across the flank with her riding crop. - "The Squire's Daughter", Silas K(itto) Hocking.
- During the third season, average well- grown vines will produce their first considerable crop and develop the canes from which will be formed the first arms. - "Manual of American Grape-Growing", U. P. Hedrick.
- " It will be just a family gathering," Judith had explained to him the week before, as she stood on the top step of the entrance to Westmore, whipping her riding- skirt lightly with her gold- handled crop. - "Nobody's Child", Elizabeth Dejeans.