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  • n. Plural form of farmsteading.


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  • Before him lay the long sloping countryside, all dotted over with the farmsteadings and little red cottages, with the morning sun striking slantwise upon their grey roofs and glimmering windows.

    The Doings of Raffles Haw

  • A large amount of money had to be expended in constructing new houses and farmsteadings; and the old habit of one male member remaining at home to cultivate the land allotment with the female members of the family whilst the others went to earn wages elsewhere had to be abandoned.


  • But here, though there were not wanting good farmsteadings, all was desolation and threatened famine; hardly a green blade or leaf was left, and the woebegone looks of some of the people we met wandering aimlessly about, dazed and almost distracted, were pitiful to behold.

    Our Home in the Silver West A Story of Struggle and Adventure

  • The mulberry tree and the rottlera were both planted about the farmsteadings, and are therefore mentioned here.

    The Shih King From the Sacred Books of the East Volume 3


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