His template for government was the peasant fantasy he dreamed up during his years of service on a Soviet pig farm.
He was a large man, totally bald, with the rough hands of a peasant.
Another Scottish peasant, Sir Sean Connery, had no such qualms.
The Rome government dismissed these peasant rebels as mere "brigands."
Thanks to the incessant cold and rain, “You could not eat the bread,” complained one peasant.
As the life of the peasant, so is that of his wife or sweetheart.
"Oh, blessed be the sound of your voice," replied the peasant.
Say, that Serafina was enamoured of a peasant; say, that she had degenerated from the honour of her race.
I have now a fairly representative experience of the French peasant.
This love of collecting and cherishing beautiful things is characteristic of the peasant people of Venice.
early 15c., from Anglo-French paisant (mid-14c.), Old French paisent "local inhabitant" (12c., Modern French paysan), earlier paisenc, from pais "country, region" + Frankish suffix -enc "-ing."
Pais is from Late Latin pagensis "(inhabitant) of the district," from Latin pagus "country or rural district" (see pagan). As a style of garment in fashion (e.g. peasant blouse) from 1953.