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"Yes, for the present; I am the plowman," he said, in the wish to let her know he was not a common hand.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
In fact we may reckon Piers Plowman an instance of popular satire, though far superior to the rest.
Piers Plowman is indeed a satirist; but he plainly charges the monks with want of charity.
Piers Plowman, a few years later than Villani, speaks of a "chambre with a chimney" in which rich men usually dined.
Piers Plowman discovered long ago that he couldn't "spede" far without money, neither can the Audubon Societies.
Piers Plowman never could and never did rise to great eminence in the city.
LONDONWALTER BESANT
And I am your plowman, and will hereafter do your plowing only for a thaler a day wages.
ANARCHISMPAUL ELTZBACHER
The same landscape is not the same as seen by poet and plowman.
TABLETSAMOS BRONSON ALCOTT
I could leave the Hazeldean lands to my plowman, if I chose it.
So great was the influence of Piers Plowman, that from it were taken watchwords at the great rising of the peasants.

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