agriculturist agriculturist


  • (n) someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil



  1. Leipzig's rector, a complaisant agriculturist named Georg Mayer who took over in 1948, seemed undismayed by the widening gap between his institution and those of West Germany.
  2. Sure enough, it was Nikita Khrushchev, epigrammatist, agriculturist, commissar, statesmanand now, it seemed, officially a war hero.
  3. But the rumor was promptly scotched by at least one knowing agriculturist.


  • Here's a Very Informative Video About Foods Named After People

    Curious about the monk behind the clementine, the opera star who inspired melba toast, and the chef who first made carpaccio for a woman on a diet? Mental Floss 's John Green breaks it down, describing 28 foods named after real people. Orville Redenbacher was a brilliant agriculturist who died in his hot tub, and — spoiler alert — Mrs. Fields divorced Mr. Fields in 1997. If their marriage didn't ...
    on August 22, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. "My father, along with his brothers and sisters, owns agricultural property in the form of mango orchards in Shahbaad, Uttar Pradesh. By virtue of being the son of a Bonafide agriculturist, I am also an agriculturist. Before firming up the idea of...
    on Jun 5, 2007 By: Aamir Khan Source: Zee News

  2. Former finance minister Yashwant Sinha said: "At the end of his budget speech, the finance minister claimed, 'The Budget belongs to aam aadmi. It belongs to the farmer, the agriculturist, the entrepreneur and the investor.' Nothing could be further...
    on Feb 26, 2010 By: Yashwant Sinha Source: Business Standard

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