agricultural laborer

NOUN
  1. a person who tills the soil for a living
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  • We now know that the duty of the lexicographer is to record and not to criticize, that refined speech and elegant speech are the delusions of a mistaken optimism, and that the only people who now speak English with any approach to historical correctness are the few surviving agricultural laborers who are old enough to have escaped the devastating effects of the Elementary Education Act. Johnson's Dictionary went far to accomplish, in the eighteenth century, what the Italian and French Academies had unsuccessfully attempted in the seventeenth. On Dictionaries
  • First: prohibition of estate owning, distribution of land among the peasant families, the untransferrable and unalterable granting of ownership to all the present small tenant farmers, sharecroppers, agricultural laborers and squatters, state economic and technical aid, reduction of taxes. STATEMENTS BY CASTRO AT PRIME MINISTER OF THE RE
  • They were the last large group of agricultural laborers brought to Hawaii by the sugar planters.
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