Which preposition to use with stubbles

of Occurrences 20%

His clothes were rags, upon his face there was a stubble of unshaven red, which made the pallor about his eyes more pronounced.

with Occurrences 5%

His boyhood days came back to him, when he used to crush down the stubble with his bare feet.

on Occurrences 5%

And as he stood there with the sun shining on the red stubble on his face he made a resolution the more profound because it was formed in silence: if she truly loved Landis he would serve her hand and foot until she had her will.

in Occurrences 3%

"I tell thee, friend," said he, "my throat is as parched with that song as e'er a barley stubble in October.

before Occurrences 1%

Perhaps if I had been myself a campaigner I should have been less awed by the spectacle; but having nothing with which to compare it, I judged this a host before which the scattered Border stockades and Nicholson's scanty militia would go down like stubble before fire.

during Occurrences 1%

It is cultivated in Kent and Essex; where it, being a biennial plant, is sown with a crop of spring corn, and left with the stubble during the succeeding winter, and after clearing the land in the spring is left to go to seed.

about Occurrences 1%

For the rice harvest, beginning early in September, as soon as a field was drained the negroes would be turned in with sickles, each laborer cutting a swath of three or four rows, leaving the stubble about a foot high to sustain the cut stalks carefully laid upon it in handfuls for a day's drying.

at Occurrences 1%

"She is," muttered Markham, caressing the stubble at his chin, "entirely soa vagabondI should say, every inch of her.

among Occurrences 1%

" "In the season that succeeds that of the rains, the hills are covered with a lofty, reedy grass, whose dead stalks now form a matted stubble among the trees, as was remarked on some patches of the lower lands that had escaped the conflagrations, which at this period are extending their ravages far and wide.

than Occurrences 1%

After the sun has gone down and the shadows are deepening, it is lighter in the open stubbles than in the enclosed meadowsthe short white stubbs seem to reflect what little light there is.

to Occurrences 1%

God made them as stubble to our swords."

after Occurrences 1%

And the second thing I remember is the people digging in the stubble after the oats and the wheat; to see would they meet a potato, and sometimes they did, for God sent them there.

Which preposition to use with  stubbles