One who has paid for the right to collect and retain certain revenues or profits.(noun)
A simple, unsophisticated person; a bumpkin.(noun)
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Use "farmer" in a sentence
"The - er of farmer does not quite say one who (farms) it merely indicates that the sort of person we call a farmer is closely enough associated with activity on a farm to be conventionally thought of as always so occupied."
"«the» or «a»_; thus _«agricola»_ may mean _the farmer, a farmer_, or simply _farmer_."
"When your farmer is a couple of thousand miles away, that 3rd party certification has a place."