dirt farmer

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dirt farmer

n. Informal
A farmer who does all the work on his or her property.

dirt farming n.

dirt′ farm`er


n.
a farmer who operates a farm without hired hands or tenants.
[1920–25, Amer.]
dirt′ farm`ing, n.
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I came from a dirt farm, now I'm filthy rich," he announced at the peak of his career.
Allen grew up on a rocky, hilly dirt farm in a small community called Gallitin, which had a tomato canning plant.
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