Definition of Preagricultural

1. Adjective. Before the advent of agriculture ¹



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Definition of Preagricultural

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preagricultural

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preadopt
preadopted
preadopting
preadopts
preadsorbed
preadult
preadults
preadvertise
preadvertised
preadvertises
preadvertising
preaerobic
preaged
preaggregation
preagricultural (current term)
prealbumin
prealgebra
prealgebras
prealigned
preallable
preallocate
preallot
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prealter
prealtered
prealtering
prealters

Literary usage of Preagricultural

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1. Environmental Theology by Richard Cartwright Austin (1990)
"We have much to learn from preagricultural peoples whose relationships with nature were sensual, personal, ..."

2. How Third World Rural Households Adapt to Dietary Energy Stress: The by Philip Payne, Michael Lipton (1994)
"preagricultural hunter-gatherer populations offer striking examples of successful adaptation to often-severe energy stress, but at high cost to economic ..."

3. Diversity, Globalization, and the Ways of Nature by Danilo J. Anton (1995)
"preagricultural human occupation had effects on the environment. Hunter-gatherers and fishing cultures overhunted some species, overcollected or ..."

4. The French in the Heart of America by John Huston Finley (1915)
"... under temptation, to the preagricultural, hunting state after giving a moment's prophecy of the stirring life that was some day to make it the garden of ..."

5. The French in the Heart of America by John Huston Finley (1915)
"... under temptation, to the preagricultural, hunting state after giving a moment's prophecy of the stirring life that was some day to make it the garden of ..."

6. The Home Dietitian: Or, Food and Health; Scientific Dietetics Practically by Belle Jessie Wood Comstock (1922)
"The preagricultural tribes to this day are without any, and until civilized man deteriorated them by the introduction of alcohol and European vices, ..."

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