The jangle of little bells—the goatherds were going out of the city!
The goatherds ought to be playing the 'Pastorale' down there!
Afterwards I came up with another of these goatherds, whose helpmate was with him.
The goatherds of Nevada, however (rightly or wrongly), do not share this view.
Culture, they call it; it distinguisheth them from the goatherds.
A curious feature of Spanish country life to us are the goatherds.
"Well, I do not understand at all what pleasure one can take in talking to goatherds," said Cornlie disdainfully.
The goatherds, like the butteri and the wine-carts, may also be seen by those who never leave the walls of Rome.
A Bull once escaped from a Lion by entering a cave which the Goatherds used to house their flocks in stormy weather and at night.
One of the ragazze—two-thirds at least of the goatherds in Taormina and Mola are young girls—milks a rich, warm, foaming pint.