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forester

noun for·est·er \ˈfr-ə-stər, ˈfär-\

: a person whose job is to take care of forests by planting trees, cutting down trees, etc.

Full Definition of FORESTER

1
:  a person trained in forestry
2
:  an inhabitant of a forest
3
:  any of various noctuid woodland moths (subfamily Agaristinae)
4
capitalized :  a member of a major benevolent and fraternal order

Origin of FORESTER

Middle English forster, forester, from Anglo-French forester, from forest
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with FORESTER

Forester

biographical name For·es·ter \ˈfr-əs-tər, ˈfär-\

Definition of FORESTER

C(ecil) S(cott) 1899–1966 British writer

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