• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Agrarianize To distribute according to, or to imbue with, the principles of agrarianism.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • agrarianize To distribute, as public lands, among the people.
    • agrarianize To imbue with ideas of agrarianism.
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In literature:

He proposed to the people an agrarian law.
"History Of Ancient Civilization" by Charles Seignobos
If the other parties come off victorious, the agrarian movement will grow too fast for us.
"Dr. Dumany's Wife" by Mór Jókai
The Deutsche Tageszeitung is the organ of the Agrarian League.
"Germany and the Germans" by Price Collier
Police barracks have made their appearance, and outrages of the agrarian class have become disagreeably frequent.
"Disturbed Ireland" by Bernard H. Becker
He got no answer, for the grand duke was splendidly busy maintaining the agrarian interests of his Fatherland.
"Happy Pollyooly" by Edgar Jepson
And again the popular rising is an agrarian war to end intolerable conditions, not a movement for popular government.
"The Rise of the Democracy" by Joseph Clayton
This was the first Agrarian Law mentioned in Roman history.
"A Smaller History of Rome" by William Smith and Eugene Lawrence
But I trust your Christian principles are not about to make an agrarian of you?
"Aurelian" by William Ware
At the end of February a confederate revealed a project for an insurrection, partly religious and partly agrarian.
"The Reign of Mary Tudor" by James Anthony Froude
Starting as a purely agrarian movement the U.F.O.
"Canada" by J. G. Bourinot

In news:

Historical Delaware park turns back clock to a Depression-era agrarian life.
Link to Bainbridge's agrarian past dies.
Little Hen's agrarian accent leaves a mouth-watering experience.
India's Hidden Suffering: Women and the Agrarian Crisis.
The Washington Post's recent editorial shocked me with a rant, lumping all agrarians into broad generalizations and very few specifics of real farmers.
The feminization of the Mexican campo is a bright light in a dismal prospectus, thinks the much-respected agrarian analyst Armando Bartra.
While Yugoslavia's leaders gathered for peace talks on the island of Brioni today, this agrarian town in the republic of Croatia was echoing with the din of a firefight between Serbs and Croats.
Many soil scientists insist an ancient Amerindian agrarian society will soon make a huge impact on the modern world.
The GOP National Convention opens in a place reflecting the nation's enduring agrarian myth with skyscrapers.
AGRARIAN REFORM The law allowing land considered unproductive to be seized was passed by the Senate despite an opposition boycott, thanks to two stand-ins.
Ten years ago, I traveled from my agrarian hometown in Washington State to the big city of Boston.
To unenlightened art history students Thomas Hart Benton is the champion of the heartland, a standard bearer for the Midwestern agrarian ideal.
How could any anthropologist with an iota of ambition possibly resist Zuni , an ancient, remote, impacted society, for centuries agrarian, with—I hope I get these numbers right—twelve matrilineal clans.
In our rural and agrarian society, those words offer comfort and solidarity to the visitor.
These beers represent the culture of beer and brewing of old agrarian Europe.

In science:

Historical records tells us that Astronomy was born basically because of the need by agrarian societies to predict seasons and other yearly events and by the esoteric need to place humanity in the Universe.
Geometrical constraints on dark energy models