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husbandman

[ huhz-buhnd-muhn ]

noun

, plural hus·band·men.
  1. a farmer.


husbandman

/ ˈhʌzbəndmən /

noun

  1. a farmer


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Word History and Origins

Origin of husbandman1

First recorded in 1300–50, husbandman is from the Middle English word husbondeman. See husband, man

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Example Sentences

And Juda and all his cities shall dwell therein together: the husbandman and they that drive the flocks.

Vegetables dash out of the husbandman's garden to reappear at the city market.

In art he is commonly represented in the costume of a husbandman sowing seeds.

How are the cities, towns, and villages in those States to grow if so large a portion of the land is closed to the husbandman?

Their view was bounded by the shores of Ireland or when they cast a glance abroad it was as the husbandman observes the clouds.

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