[ UK /hˈʌsbəndmən/ ]
  1. a person who operates a farm
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How To Use husbandman In A Sentence

  • I know of no pursuit in which more real and important services can be rendered to any country than by improving its agriculture, its breed of useful animals, and other branches of a husbandman's cares. George Washington 
  • The fig-tree here mentioned was blessed with the application of means, had time allowed it to receive the nourishment; but it outstood, withstood, overstood all, all that the husbandman did, all that the vine-dresser did. Works of John Bunyan — Volume 03
  • In the order of thins, the husbandman cannot expect a crop without sowing the seed.
  • Our present time is seed-time: in the other world there will be a great harvest; and, as the husbandman reaps in the harvest according as he sows in the seedness, so we shall reap then as we sow now. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • The skill of the husbandman is from God, as every good and perfect gift is. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • As I did when they asked me to make a sword, a sword that could make a hero out of a husbandman , a warrior of an aleswiller, a savior from a swineherd.
  • Answered the husbandman, “O my lord, weal is well nigh. 62 Dismount thee here: the town is near hand and I will go and fetch thee dinner and fodder for thy stallion.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Howbeit, I have nothing to do with the governor and council; they have their own ways, and are no rule for a simple husbandman like me.
  • The ear of wheat (in Latin spica, obsoletely speca, from spe, hope) should not be the only hope of the husbandman; its kernel or grain (granum from gerendo, bearing) is not all that it bears. Walden
  • In the morning sow thy seed upon the objects of charity that offer themselves early, and in the evening do not withhold thy hand, under pretence that thou art weary; as thou hast opportunity, be doing good, some way or other, all the day long, as the husbandman follows his seedness from morning till night. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
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