But Benton was not a land-grabber, whether in the interest of slavery or of mere jingoism.
The land-grabber—the parasite who had lived only to destroy—looked up at Bob McGraw.
Pennsylvania accused our royal governor of being a land-grabber and the catspaw or partner of land-speculators.
The word "land-grabber" has been passed to him by German and Sinn Fein propaganda, and he merely parrots it forth.
He pulled back the lapel of his coat, and the land-grabber saw the butt of a gun nestling under his left arm.
In consequence Connell was regarded by the National League here as a ‘land-grabber.’
It's a favorite trick of our anti-British friends to call England a "land-grabber."
Not in the style o' that land-grabber Heckshill, nor that peart newspaper man, neither.
If a man had not taken land himself, he might have worked for some one who had, or bought cattle from a land-grabber.
Your plant is a land-grabber of Rob Roy proclivities; it believes in a fair fight and no favour.