Definition of Husbandries

1. Noun. (plural of husbandry) ¹



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Definition of Husbandries

1. husbandry [n] - See also: husbandry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Husbandries

husband
husband-in-law
husband-wife privilege
husbandable
husbandage
husbanded
husbander
husbanders
husbandhood
husbanding
husbandless
husbandlike
husbandly
husbandman
husbandmen
husbandries (current term)
husbandry
husbands
hush
hush-hush
hush down
hush kit
hush kits
hush money
hush one's mouth
hush puppy
hush up
hushabied
hushabies
hushaby

Literary usage of Husbandries

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1. Emigration and Immigration: Reports of the Consular Officers of the United by United States Dept. of State (1887)
"(lc husbandries) where the plow is replaced by the spade ... surrounded by smaller and spade husbandries, exercise a beneficial influence upon the whole ..."

2. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"Secondly, there is eager Furthering of the husbandries, the Commerces, Practical Arts, ... —Of Friedrich's success in his Law-Reforms, in his husbandries, ..."

3. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick the Great: in ten vol by Thomas Carlyle (1864)
"Secondly, th«re is eager Furthering of the husbandries, the Commerces, Practical Arts ... Of Friedrich's success in his Law-Reforms, in his husbandries, ..."

4. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1864)
"Secondly, there is eager Furthering of the husbandries, the Commerces, Practical Arts ... Of Friedrich's success in his Law-Reforms, in his husbandries, ..."

5. Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine: Being a Continuation of the Arminian Or (1889)
"By its simple husbandries man disciplined his newly-awakened senses, and bound himself into alliance with his Maker in the nurture of fruit and bloom. ..."

6. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1864)
"Secondly, there is eager furthering of the husbandries, the commerces, practical arts ... Of Fried- rich's success in his law reforms, in his husbandries, ..."

7. Quarter Sessions Records by John Christopher Atkinson (1884)
"2 of which what is here styled the "decaying of husbandries " is dealt with. But many other enactments stand in the Statute-book ; and in the preamble to c. ..."

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