Definition of Graziers

1. Noun. (plural of grazier) ¹



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Definition of Graziers

1. grazier [n] - See also: grazier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graziers

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graystone
graystones
graywacke
graywackes
graywater
graywaters
grazable
graze
grazeable
grazed
grazer
grazers
grazes
grazier
graziers
grazing
grazing fire
grazing land
grazingly
grazings
grazioso
grease
grease-gun
grease-monkey
grease gun
grease guns
grease heel
grease money
grease monkey

Literary usage of Graziers

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1. The Rural Economy of the Midland Counties: Including the Management of by Marshall (William), Marshall (1796)
"... until the autumn following; when the graziers take them to The SECOND PLACES OF SALE,—Stafford and Rugby; where, at two years and a half old, ..."

2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"... who combine the trade of graziers and cattle-dealers with the occasional practice of cattle-lifting and dacoity. Forests. ..."

3. The Principles of Agriculture by Albrecht Daniel Thaer (1844)
"Farmers' and Graziers' Mutual Cattle Insurance Association. ... Had the " Farmers' and Graziers' Cattle Insurance Association" been formed as a proprietary ..."

4. History of South Africa Under the Administration of the Dutch East India by George McCall Theal (1897)
"Graziers roamed over it with their flocks and herds in the rainy season, but as soon as the flowers and plants began to disappear with the heat of the sun ..."

5. A Comprehensive History of the Woollen and Worsted Manufactures: And the by James Bischoff (1842)
"... Joseph Banks on the Exportation of English Wool to France—A Letter to Arthur Young, by Thomas Day—Law passed—Letter to Lincolnshire Graziers, by Incola. ..."

6. Travels and adventures in southern Africa by George Thompson (1827)
"—Thriving Condition of the Graziers. MAY 17.—Spent this day in Graham's Town, where I transacted some commercial business, and called on the landdrost, ..."

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