He was a Mr. Kirk, a townsman of St. Andrews and a fine golfer.
He asked a townsman standing near him what the tumult meant.
Simple fare, these charms might seem to a townsman: to the "good grey poet" they were not only sufficient but inexhaustible.
Although he lived down at one of the mills he was counted as a townsman.
An abandoned rush must be as melancholy a sight to a miner as a deserted city to a townsman.
The townsman said: "You are a good swimmer; are you as good at other sports as at this?"
(Perhaps, as a townsman, he is unwilling to be more particular).
The townsman said: "It may make some difference to know with whom you have been matched; why do you not ask?"
In positive attainments of conscience, virtue, and vice, the townsman shows considerable advance.
The fjelds furnish a recreation-ground for the Norwegian townsman.