agrestal

adjective
agres·​tal | \ə-ˈgre-stᵊl\
variants: or agrestial \ ə-​ˈgres-​chəl , -​ˈgresh-​ \

Definition of agrestal 

: dwelling or growing wild in the fields : wild

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First Known Use of agrestal

1847, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for agrestal

Latin agrestis (from agr-, ager field) + English -al

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