Of these we may specially mention Mr. Lawrence Twentyman, who was quite the gentleman-farmer.
My father was a yeoman—an independent, or, as he was sometimes styled, a gentleman-farmer.
The predominant class is what one might call the gentleman-farmer, with the stress perhaps on “gentleman.”
We may be allowed to think that the "gentleman-farmer" has chosen the better part.
There'd only be the vicar and the local doctor, or p'r'aps a gentleman-farmer or two.
The successful speculator was Mr. Saxon, a gentleman-farmer, near Shepton Mallet.
She was very angry because Marriott, a gentleman-farmer from Ambergate, called her the little pole-cat.
Tom Brangwen the father, as he grew older, seemed to mature into a gentleman-farmer.
"I'm told that his lordship offered him seven-and-six an acre for the whole of the two fields," said the gentleman-farmer.
A gentleman-farmer of the neighbourhood was put into prison under the pretence that he talked German too much!