[ UK /ˈæɡɹɪkˌʌlt‍ʃəɹəlˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˌæɡɹəˈkəɫtʃɝəɫəst/ ]
  1. someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil
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How To Use agriculturalist In A Sentence

  • We have a wealth of committed agriculturalists in this area and I hope they stick with the job.
  • The death has occurred of Adam, protoplast, progenitor, park-keeper and agriculturalist. It is interesting that Sir George Young took the opportunity...
  • Yet pop, and indeed rock, blues, folk, jazz and prog, have served the musician, intermittent agriculturalist and salmon farmer well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Retailers continue to prove that agriculturalists work on their environmentalism every day.
  • The coexistence of cattle herders and agriculturalist in many areas carries a high potential for conflict.
  • Like the vast majority of the world's agriculturalists, the farmers lived in a village apart from the farm.
  • Like other agriculturalists across the country, ranchers are usually land rich and cash poor.
  • My father-in-law was an agriculturalist. Globe and Mail
  • Recently, the new class of amateur agriculturalist has faced competition from professional farmers encouraged by higher cereal prices. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 2003, Dutch agriculturalist Marc de Ruiter saw dairy farmers in windswept Shanxi province literally pouring their milk down the drain because there was not enough demand.
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