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  • n. a person who works on a farm.
  • n. a player in the minor leagues.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a hired hand on a farm

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Examples

  • If you wish to achieve the maximum benefit from any 'farmhand', therefore, you should plant crops in the top half of your field first.

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  • The Hills heartthrob and one-time Orioles farmhand, meaning, possibly, a one-time former part-time Fort Lauderdale resident, sort of), spent $10,000 to buy

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  • When Isabel inevitably falls into the arms of the tanned Australian farmhand, his kiss sets spinning into motion a thousand clichés.

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  • Actor, action-movie star, farmhand, Calvin Klein underwear model, and nascent motivational speaker, Kellan Lutz is the man of the moment.

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  • I know the waste of superfluous motion without studying a moving-picture record of it, whether it be farm or farmhand, the layout of buildings or the layout of the farmhand's labor.

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  • I was not meant to be a property manager, a media buyer, or a farmhand.

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  • But his progression of albums, from Guitar Town, to Exit 0, right through to Transcendental Blues, coincided perfectly with my confused, unplanned journey from working as a farmhand and nurse into the world of poetry and writing.

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  • Doniphon is always accompanied by his black farmhand, Pompey (Woody Strode) in a kind of dignified adult version of the "Come on back to the raft ag'in, Huck Honey" classic American master/slave homosocial partnership (Strode gives a great performance and the sparely choreographed working and affective part of this relationship gives the movie a compelling sub-texture).

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  • Sidney Lawhorn, a farmhand, says he expects to pay about $300 for the emergency room visit — the end result of a financial screening process the hospital conducts to determine how much patients can afford to pay.

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  • Secondly, after the killer -- Ubel Griswold, a local farmer, but really a devil -- was killed by a black guitarist/farmhand known as the Bone Man, a group of bigots marked the Bone Man as the real killer and beat him to death.

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