But her ought to a' had a sound man on the road—a man with a horse well seasoned, and a substantial cart—her ought.
I could walk, with the aid of crutches, but had no hope of ever being a sound man again.
A sound man can do a great deal of concentrated work in three and a half hours.
Then they exchanged him to us, and got a sound man in his place!
My own impression is that he was—or is—rather a strong and sound man.
If you call him a sound philosopher, you may call a mummy a sound man.
No sooner was this done, than Meliot sprang to his feet a whole and sound man, while his heart throbbed with joy and gratefulness.
If the sickness does increase he won't have a sound man left by the 21st.
He is a sound man, and has no son, and should one be born to him, his will be the greatest heritage within three shires.
No, Holland is a sound man, and his opinion would weigh with any judge.