Farming [noun]

Definition of Farming:

producing crops, raising animals

Opposite/Antonyms of Farming:

Sentence/Example of Farming:

Harvesting your own meat is a way to opt out of the distasteful aspects of factory farming.

This shift in our nature is sometimes traced to the Industrial Revolution, or further back to the birth of science, or perhaps the invention of farming.

All of this has given rise to the newer phenomenon of “yield farming” in which traders lend or borrow cryptocurrency not just to receive interest or a loan, but to receive new types of digital tokens.

Over six years of farming, he can’t remember losing more than 25 in a shipment before.

You’re talking thousands of dollars in lost revenue each time, and farming is such a thin-margin business.

In China, wildlife farming is a nearly $20 billion industry that supports cultural dietary preferences, but also may raise the risk of spillover events.

He annually has a gathering of distinguished farmers and others to inspect his estate and see how his "book farming" gets on.

His parents were of the well-to-do farming class, occupied from one year's end to the other with the work of the fields.

I know for a fact, that his race horses literally ran away with the prettiest bit of Kentucky farming land I ever laid eyes upon.

British pasture farming was to be annihilated, and an immense stimulus given to that of our continental rivals.