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A person who prunes, trains, and cultivates vines.
- ‘If we don't fulfill the purpose of the vine and stop producing fruit the vine dresser will cut the branches off the vine.’
- ‘All the vine dresser expected from the vine branch in the parable were grapes.’
- ‘Second, there was a lack of skilled vine dressers and knowledge of the industry, especially knowledge of local climatic and edaphic factors.’
- ‘These were German vineyard workers who were originally brought to Australia as vine dressers for the Macarthur and Cox families.’
- ‘Prior to the conception of the gracious gods, he is pruned and felled like a vine by the vine dressers.’
- ‘He said to the vine dresser, ‘Behold, these three years I have come looking for fruit on this fig tree, and found none.’
- ‘It is a promise of renewal, an assurance of our heavenly vine dresser's care for our spiritual vitality.’
- ‘For example the ‘Tasting Evening with different vine dressers’ takes place on the last Thursday of every month.’
- ‘Since Esslingen was not destroyed in the World Wars, most old vine dresser houses still exist.’
- ‘Their father's occupation was cooper and vine dresser.’
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