Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[agent] REAP NP2[patient[concrete]]
Turtles were reaped and sold as a delicacy.
Soybean farmers faithfully planted seed in the spring and reaped the harvest in the fall.
People placed on their land have reaped the harvest, eaten and sold the food that belongs to them.
"I will, then," says the little red hen. "Cluck! cluck!" So she reaped the wheat.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1
Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1 REAP NP2[patient[abstract]]
NOTE: may also include the idiomatic phrase "reap the harvest" or other instances containing metaphorical language referring to the farming domain
At the same time, their administration reaped the fruits of a booming economy.
He who had in this manner sown the seeds of impiety accordingly reaped the fruits of his labours.
Because of love and helpfulness, the Batschka and Gakowa reaped the harvest of harmony.
The collapse of the Bank burst Utah's speculative bubble, and Utahns numbly reaped the harvest.
Years later, the miners reaped the harvest of the hatred that had been building when an angry mob shot them down.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2