[huhz-buh nd-muh n]
- a farmer.
Origin of husbandman
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Examples from the Web for husbandman
Will ignorance give respectability, or sweeten the toil of the husbandman?
There must be first a husbandman, secondly a builder, thirdly a weaver, to which may be added a cobbler.The Republic
He cannot be a husbandman;—for you said that he is a maker of animals.Sophist
Yes; but the ministrations of the husbandman, the physician, and the builder have an end.Euthyphro
And thus much of the Husbandman his vtillity and necessitie.The English Husbandman
- a farmer
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Word Origin and History for husbandman
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