homesteader[ hohm-sted-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF homesteader
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOMESTEADER
"I——," but Dan had turned his back and his attention to the homesteader.
A half hour passed and every homesteader was sleeping soundly.
I paused one afternoon to talk to a homesteader on the prairie.
The young Homesteader left without confiding his plans to anybody.
Is not this the history of the frontiersman or homesteader everywhere at all times?
And everywhere he went, the people were playing and singing O, My Homesteader.
But this homesteader was not to be driven away by ordinary means.
The homesteader was a sick man (said they), and he had asked for the Pilot.
A homesteader hitting town for the first time in a year, probably.
From liability for most debts a homesteader is exempt, but not for all.