A ploughboy's epigram would not have seemed more out of place.
It was, that his boy, Dick, should be taken on as ploughboy.
Servants have as little need of French verbs and hieroglyphics as the ploughboy or the dairymaid.
A Mid-Lothian farmer, observed to his ploughboy that there was a fly in his milk.
The patriots who had applauded the ploughboy, cursed the capitalist.
But still she loved her ploughboy, on the bank of sweet Dundee.
He was to take the lad as a ploughboy, and there he was to serve three years without wages.
If he had been a fisherman or a ploughboy it would not have mattered, and she would not have cared.
Youth is youth, whether in a ploughboy or a—But my tongue needs a gag.
Intelligence agreed, and entered at once into the ploughboy's head.