Definition of crofter in English:

crofter

Line breaks: croft¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈkrɒftə
 
/

noun

British
A person who farms a croft.
More example sentences
  • Hebridean crofters and near-bankrupt tenant farmers aching for someone to represent their views must hold their heads in their hands at such miserable displays.
  • Landowners with estates on which crofters or tenant farmers live are facing a different economic climate since the land reform legislation was passed.
  • The majority of protagonists in the drama were tenant crofters who had farmed the land for countless generations, with only a tiny smattering of incomers.

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