noun, plural sheaves.
one of the bundles in which cereal plants, as wheat, rye, etc., are bound after reaping.
any bundle, cluster, or collection:
a sheaf of papers.
verb (used with object)
to bind (something) into a sheaf or sheaves.
noun (pl) sheaves (ʃiːvz)
a bundle of reaped but unthreshed corn tied with one or two bonds
a bundle of objects tied together
the arrows contained in a quiver
(transitive) to bind or tie into a sheaf


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