He rode, she observed, like a centaur—flat-backed, firm in the saddle with the easy negligence of a plainsman.
He claims to be from a 'high up' Southern family, but has been a plainsman since 1851.
He had the plainsman's sense of humor, and he laughed at himself.
With the true instinct of a plainsman he turned to look for his Horse.
He did these things quickly and without heroics, because he was a plainsman.
His cheeks were burned to a ruddy tan and his eyes were as clear as a plainsman's.
Harford, with the instinctive caution of the plainsman, pursued the subject no further.
Mary, seeing the dark, stern face of the plainsman, had some such thought also.
In a measure he was mystified, for the plainsman had never given him his full confidence with regard to Nevil.
There was epic largeness in the circuit of the plainsman's daring plans.