Synonyms for tenant farmer

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The energies of the church should be devoted to the tenant farmer.

He also taught me to regard the tenant farmer as superior to all other varieties of his class.

Only in very exceptional cases has a tenant farmer been elected.

He was a tenant farmer precisely as the name is understood here, with this difference—he owned a little land as well.

Even this child could see the impropriety of a tenant farmer having a son named Gerald.

Edwards had been a tenant farmer where his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather had lived before him.

Lack of resources caused the loss of the land, and the peasant proprietor found himself a tenant farmer.

Here is a tenant farmer whose political principles prompt him to vote in opposition to his landlord.

In other words, the system of leasing the little farms came into use, and from that came the tenant farmer.

No tenant farmer can vote against his landlord in obedience to his conscience without the risk of ruining his family.

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