Definition of agrestic
1 : of or relating to the fields or country : rustic
2 : of or relating to the work (such as harvesting) done in a field In south India, the situation seemed inconsistent, though varieties of agrestic servitude which bore the characteristics of both serfdom and slavery were palpable and widespread. — Daud Ali, in Slavery & South Asian History, 2006
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Origin and Etymology of agrestic
Latin agrestis + English -ic
First Known Use: 1617See Words from the same year
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