A laborer, with a gay flower stuck in the buttonhole of his smock-frock, goes whistling along the brown road under the hedgerows.
Already in his smock-frock he is a companion for princes and queens.
Among them was Rhys, whom Llewelyn caught by the smock-frock, as he came by him, and pulled him out of the circle.
My smock-frock and my boots, and my spotted cotton neck-handkecher.
A turn in the road brought a lad into view, wearing a smock-frock.
All the other idols have broken down; let us have faith in the smock-frock.
The sight of this smock-frock brought to my recollection many things very dear to me.
You will be for casting off the old Saxon smock-frock next.'
That's true, the leaders are driven by a man in a smock-frock.
The speaker was a man in a smock-frock, passing with a reaping-hook on his shoulder.