from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One occupied in cultivating the ground; a husbandman. Also written
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One engaged or skilled in agriculture; a husbandman.
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- noun One who practices
agriculture, a farmer, a gardener.
- adjective Of or pertaining to agriculture or agriculturists.
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- noun someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil
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Now, the instinct of the Peace River agriculturist is vitally the same as that of the railway projector.
This supports the inference that the agriculturist was a nature worshipper.
Another friend of the agriculturist is the Phymata erosa (Fig. 263).
In Sec. 4, strike out all after the word, "agriculturist," in 4th line from bottom, and insert, "as well as wagons, teams and drivers, necessary for transporting the provisions purchased or impressed to the place desired."
As an agriculturist and horticulturist, I believe that the answer is simple.
One of Ricci's converts was Xu Guangqi, a Shanghai-born bureaucrat, mathematician, astronomer and agriculturist.
I was a farmer, an agriculturist, a desk-tied professor, a laboratory slave, interested only in the soil and the increase of the productiveness of the soil.
By the end of 2008, Castilian agriculturist Cayo Lara replaced Gaspar as leader, thus bringing to an abrupt end an episode marked by an inexplicable drift towards the centre.
Antoine Augustin Parmentier, the French 18th-century pharmacist and agriculturist, was a champion of the humble spud.
Her charges were the children of an agriculturist who ran a beet-sugar factory in a village 150 kilometers north of Warsaw.