Definition of Husbanders

1. husbander [n] - See also: husbander



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Husbanders

hurtled
hurtles
hurtless
hurtlessness
hurtling
hurtlingly
hurts
hurty
husband
husband-in-law
husband-wife privilege
husbandable
husbandage
husbanded
husbander
husbanders (current term)
husbandhood
husbanding
husbandless
husbandlike
husbandly
husbandman
husbandmen
husbandries
husbandry
husbands
hush
hush-hush
hush down
hush kit

Literary usage of Husbanders

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1. The Progress of Continental Law in the Nineteenth Century by John Henry Wigmore, Edwin Montefiore Borchard, Frederick Pollock (1918)
"... undertakings and the greater share of the profits; the mass is composed of passive husbanders of earnings who cannot do without the law's protection. ..."

2. Agricultural Writers from Sir Walter of Henley to Arthur Young, 1200-1800 by Donald McDonald (1908)
"In referring to seeds these old time husbanders evidently knew the value of new as against old. On page 23 he says: And though there be sundry sorts of ..."

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