No penman of the monastery: no scrivener of a later age: no Arab or Persian scribe, could write a more beautiful hand.
Captain penman was a man of few words, and these few he did not waste.
penman as I am, have been, and shall be, innumerable letters have grown beneath my goose-quill.
Captain penman looked at the girl beside him, and was sorry for her disappointment.
penman, pen′man, n. a man skilled in the use of the pen: an author:—pl.
In a word, he was transformed from the penman into the captain and man-at-arms.
The printing-press did not abolish the penman, but it certainly spoiled his trade.
Well, I often wish I were a penman; but I never could do it.
The penman, my miserable sin-steeped confederate, took me by the hand and introduced me cordially to Mrs. Ralston.
This penman was frankly proud of his melons, their early growth and flavor.