He is a countryman of mine; and I know he is as avaricious as an Odomantian.
It was plain that he was a man of sense and spirit, one to be proud of; plain that he was a countryman, too.
Nor I; but it's pleasant to meet a countryman in a foreign land.
The interpreter, his countryman, called these Portuguese 'white gentlemen.'
The countryman in the city, the city man in the country, is in a comic situation.
The countryman this time did scratch his head, while he considered.
“Anything just now that will make me forget,” answered the countryman, quickly.
Prodicus, I said, Simonides is a countryman of yours, and you ought to come to his aid.
Presently he attempted to rise and call back the countryman with the horses.
A countryman was dragging a calf by a rope in a cruel manner.