Old man, the orchard keeper you work for is no townsman .
The Greyfriars, or Friars Minor, were established in Ipswich early in the reign of Edward I; in 1284 townsman Robert de Orford bequeathed them a small sum of money.
As far as the Royalists were concerned, the typical Parliamentarian was a ‘base mechanic’: a low-born, lumpen townsman , inexperienced in judgment and inelegant in appearance.
The bailiffs shall register the surety in the common roll of the town, so that every townsman damaged by the deceiving purchaser may recover [losses] against him and his surety.
The narrator meets Ethan when the man who drives him to the local train station is unable to take him and another townsman suggests that the narrator ask Ethan to drive.
two foresters had attempted to arrest a townsman
Van Mander characterized Lucas van Leyden, Rembrandt's most famous townsman , after whose self-portrait Rembrandt modeled his own, as the great master driven by lust.
Apparently one bold townsman had swum out to push the remaining crates together.
But your major characters are a dumb, vain young king; a big, dumb townsman ; a huge, dumb, evil sidekick who likes to cook; and one evil old bag who seems to have escaped from a natural history museum.
In the 1490s, a wealthy Stratford townsman , Hugh Clopton, had made sure the routes to the south remained passable throughout the year by paying for the construction of the fine stone bridge that still spans the river.