cultivator

[ kuhl-tuh-vey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF cultivator
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The trees, laden with fruit, seemed to have repaid the labour of the cultivator.

Then the trench is evenly filled with earth and the cultivator follows.

What would the farmer say if you gave him a cultivator but no plough?

Of one other burden of the same species he relieved the cultivator.

The harrow, the cultivator, and the plow should be kept busy.

The social status of the Kurmi appears to be that of the cultivator.

The boy got up and climbed listlessly into the cultivator seat.

He recovered; and, I believe, is at this moment a cultivator of vineyards in Heilbronn.

Yes, he looks a nice fellow to be a cultivator of the indiarubber plant.

It is obvious to every cultivator that old stocks should be transferred.

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