peon[ pee-uh n, pee-on ]SEE DEFINITION OF peon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEON
The school is as free to the son of a peon as to him with the richest of parents.
This arrangement is all against the peon, and all in favor of the employer.
It is the cache of ammunition with which to save the peon and Indian slave,––you know that!
A peon was seen walking that morning on the verandah with a letter in his hand.
There I found a peon and two chaprassis, the three men I had met on the road.
"Your turn now, Sambo," I told the peon after the sailor had gone.
That, peon, is something you'll have to find out for yourself.
You came off the ship that landed today, and have been classified a peon.
The Mexican peon is not necessarily particular as to the quality of this meat.
The peon does not generally use matches to light his cigarette.