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Definition of "agricola" []

  • Gnaeus Julius (ˈniːəs ˈdʒuːlɪəs) 40–93 ad, Roman general; governor of Britain who advanced Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth (noun)

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Use "agricola" in a sentence
  • "For example, in a high school Latin test, the word agricola would appear, and then the computer would highlight possible definitions: “farmer,” “soldier,” “horse,” waiting for Jesse to pull the alien when he saw the option he wanted."
  • "Tierra muy fertil sin explotación agricola anterior."
  • "There is also one potentially endemic spider, 11 endemic terrestrial mollusks, and one (now-extinct) endemic nemertean, Pantinonemertes agricola."
  • "For example, in a high school Latin test, the word agricola would appear, and then the computer would highlight possible definitions: “farmer,” “soldier,” “horse,” waiting for Jesse to pull the alien when he saw the option he wanted."
  • "The ecoregion has witnessed the recent extinction of many endemic species, including the Bermuda spike rush (Eloecharis bermudiana) and the only endemic nemertean, Pantinonemertes agricola."
  • "Quae haec injustitia ut nobilis quispiam, aut faenerator qui nihil agat, lautam et splendidam vitam agat, otio et deliciis, quum interim auriga, faber, agricola, quo respub. carere non potest, vitam adeo miseram ducat, ut pejor quam jumentorum sit ejus conditio?"