American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who works in or tends a garden for pleasure or hire.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who cultivates a garden; specifically, one whose regular occupation or calling consists in laying out, cultivating, or tending gardens.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who makes and tends a garden; a horticulturist.
- n. someone employed to work in a garden
- n. someone who takes care of a garden
- to garden + -er (Wiktionary)
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“HEMMER: On another topic over the weekend, you wrote about Saddam Hussein and his confinement, you describe as a gardener at this point.”
“Lieutenant Hume told me he was the gardener's son," she protested, "or at least he called the gardener's wife 'Mother Susan.”
“Corruption! 'and they called the gardener, and had it buried in the earth.”
“Prince was carried by the current into a rivulet which flowed through the royal gardens; and, as the Intendant of the pleasure grounds and pleasaunces chanced to walk along the bank, by the decree of Destiny he caught sight of the basket floating by, and he called a gardener, bidding him lay hold of it and bring it to him that he might see what was therein.”
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“NEARY: Well, I was surprised to read that she was better known as a gardener, actually, in her lifetime than as a poet.”
“But the most gorgeous part of this plant for a gardener is the flower.”
“At $60 a month, she knows the gardener is a ridiculous frill; she could buy a push mower and take care of the lawn herself quite easily.”
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The title is an actual name given to a Puritan boy in the 17th century.
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Reprint edition, Devon: Latimer Trend & Co., Ltd., 1969. Full original citation (you'd better grab a drink and sit down) is:
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