In Turnaround, Romney referred to Bullock as his “Sancho Panza.”
Now, Sancho Panza saw untold possibilities for making money out of such a remarkable remedy as this balsam.
Now we shall look after the requirements of Rosinante, my little Sancho Panza.
The contrast to this figure is furnished by that of Sancho Panza, who embodies all that is matter-of-fact, gross, and plebeian.
"In this you resemble Sancho Panza, Tom," said she, laughing.
As regard class of the first quaternion, like Sancho Panza I have no intention of indicating how old these may be.
Who can read this, and not be reminded of Sancho Panza and the Duchess?
Sancho Panza is a representative of homely common-sense, unaided by any imagination, while his master is full of it.
The ass, as Sancho Panza rightly said, was very like his own.
At this moment there came a knocking at the door, and when they asked who was there, Sancho Panza made answer that it was he.
In Don Quixote, the down-to-Earth peasant who accompanies the idealistic, deluded Don on his adventures. Sancho is a delightful coward, more interested in material comfort and safety than in performing courageous acts.