agrarian

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to land or its distribution; pertaining to agrarianism.

Part of speech: noun

An advocate of agrarianism.

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Usage examples "agrarian":

  1. The first of the twenty years of resolute government had ended in a fresh triumph for agrarian agitation. - "A Short History of English Liberalism", Walter Lyon Blease.
  2. But whatever may have been the measure of responsibility incurred by the agents of the Government, an agrarian revolution was undoubtedly in full course in Galicia, and its effects were soon felt in the rest of the Austrian monarchy. - "History of Modern Europe 1792-1878", C. A. Fyffe.
  3. So Stanley read at breakfast, in his favorite paper; and the little leader thereon: The outbreak of fire on Sir Gerald Malloring's Worcestershire property may or may not have any significance as a symptom of agrarian unrest. - "The Freelands", John Galsworthy.