"There's only one form of persuasion to use with an hombre," commented Henderson, gently.
The hombre who had been driving the mule had gone for ropes.
They've just brought an hombre with a crushed leg into the hospital.
Cold as it is, a little fightin' would warm an hombre up some.
I don't cotton to Keith myse'f, because he ain't my kind of a hombre.
Caution, he told himself, there's an hombre up there with a rifle.
I'll bet it's little Boston, after all, and I'm not yet too late to square accounts with that hombre.
But the padre of whom you speak—this hombre muy sabio—what has become of him?
This /hombre/ they call the Kid--Goodall is his name, ain't it?
This hombre they call the Kid—Goodall is his name, ain't it?