Definition of Crofters:
farmer of rented land
Opposite/Antonyms of Crofters:
Sentence/Example of Crofters:
The crofter who owned the lurcher dog lived a couple of miles off, so it was time for us to be on foot.
His father was a crofter on a little island somewhere near Skye.
It was recited to me, over against Dûn-I, by a friend who is a crofter in that part of Iona.
To solve it is to explain the crofter question without the aid of a Royal Commission.
Only by a polite figure of speech can the stone pile in which the Hebridean crofter makes his home be called a cottage.
Slaves at least represented so much money; but the crofter was and is less valuable to the laird than his sheep and his deer.
In the Hebrides, the landlord has always had rights; the crofter, until the passing of the Crofters' Bill of 1886, had none.
In Glendale, an out-of-the-way corner of Skye to which strangers seldom penetrate, not a crofter has paid rent for five years.
It is a strange fact that only when the crofter asks to cultivate the land does it become absolutely barren.
The crofter alone is at fault; he has no shame in living in his hovel, which is scarcely fit to shelter a dog.