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- n. A person who husbands resources
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There is, if you'll only stop to consider, no taint attached to being a husbander of acres.
Our Companion is a great husbander of light, and at the appointed moment, when “His hour is come,” He shall “bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday.”
Galvius was a careful husbander of the wine, and we drank mostly water from the spring.
In 1608 he took up his abode at Whitby, where he gained the repute of being a wise man and great husbander of his property.