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or·char·dist

 (ôr′chər-dĭst)
n.
One who owns or cultivates an orchard.

orchardist

(ˈɔːtʃədɪst)
n
(Agriculture) someone who manages or works an orchard

or•char•dist

(ˈɔr tʃər dɪst)

n.
a person who owns, manages, or cultivates an orchard.
[1785–95]

orchardist

a person who tends or cultivates an orchard.
See also: Agriculture
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