Definition of Farmerette

1. Noun. A woman working on a farm.

Generic synonyms: Farm Worker, Farmhand, Field Hand, Fieldhand
Derivative terms: Farmer



Definition of Farmerette

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Farmerette

farmaceuticals
farmboy
farmboys
farmed
farmer
farmer's calendar
farmer's cheese
farmer's market
farmer's markets
farmer's sausage
farmer's skin
farmer's tan
farmer's walk
farmeress
farmeresses
farmerette (current term)
farmerettes
farmeries
farmerly
farmers
farmership
farmerships
farmery
farmette
farmettes
farmgate
farmgirl
farmgirls
farmhand
farmhands

Literary usage of Farmerette

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1. Health Plays for School Children as Developed by Teachers and Pupils in by Child Health Organization of America (1921)
"One by one they step forward (with exception of soldier and sailor and farmer and farmerette who speak in couples) and speak the following lines: „ . ..."

2. New Words Self-defined by Charles Alphonso Smith (1919)
"farmerette Perhaps the greatest joy in the work lies in the health and vigour of it ... Moreover, a farmerette can always watch the fruition of her labour. ..."

3. Agriculture of Vermont: Annual Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture of by Vermont Dept. of Agriculture, Vermont Forest Service, Vermont State Horticulture Society, Vermont Dairymen's Association (1922)
"The farmerette, if you care to call her that, has made good. ... First, as a farmerette in a unit; second as a woman worker on a farm; and lastly as a ..."

4. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
"Signe Hasso Kay, a farmerette in the Land Service ................... *"av, ^'raT Wing-Commander Forbes ............................ Evan Thomas Hunt ..."

5. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"... California "farmerette" and has grown wealthy from the proceeds of her orchard, most of which is in prunes. She has time for pleasurable pursuits and ..."

6. Our American Humorists by Thomas Lansing Masson (1922)
"Or this one: THE farmerette : "Do you think I can learn how to milk this cow in a week ?" THE FARMER: "I hope so, miss—for the sake of the cow. ..."

7. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1894)
"... it goes into the hands of an innocent purchaser: farmerette. Bunk v. Kimli'll Milling Co., 1 S. Dak. 338; 36 Am. St. Rep. ..."

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