from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A farmer.
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- n. an agricultural labourer or farmer
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- n. a person who operates a farm
Review of the sodbuster and swampbuster provisions of the Food Security Act of 1985 and drought conditions in Minnesota and upper Midwest: Hearing before ... second session, June 24, 1988, Moorhead, MN by United States.
With the stoicism of a sodbuster and the optimism of youth, Tirrel isn't about to bail out.
Here one could strike a sodbuster and circle a section of land without more obstacles than a few buffalo chips.
“A goddamn sodbuster can never be dead enough to suit me.”
"A goddamn sodbuster can never be dead enough to suit me."
Every day in Calgary, I went about my business, never knowing who was a sodbuster transplant.
Most intelligent cities would see a better way and leaders like Mark Scott would be run out of town. sodbuster:
Since Deere's sodbuster turned worthless land into highly valuable land, one might argue that he was entitled to a rather liberal percentage of the increased wealth.
They do not have the best interests of the country in mind. sodbuster:
Why does the CT print nutball letters like the one from Harold Krech? sodbuster:
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