Example sentences for: agrarian

How can you use “agrarian” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A later mutation is Type A, he writes, that of people adapting to an agrarian diet, who were cooperative, law-abiding, yet high-strung.

  • Directed in plain style by Jonathan Frakes (who also appears as the Enterprise's second-in-command, Riker), this is probably the closest the movies have come to a TV episode--one of the ones in which the Enterprise crew beams down to an idyllic agrarian planet where people knead dough and dress like Stevie Nicks and where the Captain falls in love with a headstrong woman and has impassioned debates about the Prime Directive before the phasers and the photon torpedos come out and things blow up real good.

  • "North Korea gives up its dreams of agrarian reform under collectivism; South Korea gives up a phantom economy built on cronyism and kickbacks; the International Monetary Fund just gives up."

  • Thus, the title becomes equally appropriate as an umbrella for Anna's story, its consequences on her contemporaries, and the novel's preoccupation with the agrarian defection from that society of (Tolstoy's stand-in) Levin.

  • Lately he's supported agrarian reform in Brazil, and last March he visited the Mexican jungle to express his solidarity with the Chiapas rebels.


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