Definition of Husbanding

1. Verb. (present participle of husband) ¹



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Definition of Husbanding

1. husband [v] - See also: husband

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Husbanding

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

Literary usage of Husbanding

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1. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... husbanding (\» revenues, repairing and extending the "Id Durham College buildings, and averting sny serious disasters at the Elizabethan visitations of ..."

2. The Value of Organized Speculation by Harrison Hardy Brace (1913)
"The husbanding of Resources Among the complementary advantages of greater stability in prices afforded by speculation is that of the husbanding of resources ..."

3. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"It becomes necessary to inquire into the means of husbanding the water-supply. That supply can be derived only from three sources—(i) Local rainfall; ..."

4. Conservation by Sanitation: Air and Water Supply, Disposal of Waste by Ellen Henrietta Richards (1911)
"Protection of water supplies as a conservation of natural resources means (1) Clean soil and prevention of fouling; (2) husbanding rainfall by storage; ..."

5. Mars and Its Canals by Percival Lowell (1906)
"CHAPTER XXXI THE husbanding OF WATER ^I^IIAT the canals and oases are of artificial origin is thus suggested by their very look; when we come to go further ..."

6. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson (1915)
"... War — Beginnings of the lumbering industry — Masts for the Royal Navy — Ton timber — Disappearance of the forests — Necessity for husbanding resources. ..."

7. The Fertility of the Land: A Summary Sketch of the Relationship of Farm by Isaac Phillips Roberts (1898)
"husbanding THE MINERAL PLANT - FOODS. The problem which should first arrest the attention of the husbandman is, how much phosphoric ..."

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