brown-bearded man

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  • He was a fine looking man in two months he was gone too! Cited from Slave Narratives: Georgia, Pt. 1, by Work Projects Administration
  • William had to be a kind of a right hand man to his master. Cited from The Underground Railroad, by William Still
  • A self-made man is a poor man who becomes successful through hard work.
  • Then when college began he turned all at once into a full-grown man. Cited from Mary Marie, by Eleanor H. Porter
  • He is a self-made man, and his life has been a hard one. Cited from Under Sealed Orders, by H.A. Cody
  • Who he was as a man, no one of us can ever really know.
  • He was a well-meaning man, but a doctor of the old school. Cited from A Little Florida Lady, by Dorothy C. Paine
  • We got the letter the same day the red-headed man came here. Cited from Calumet "K", by Samuel Merwin and Henry Kitchell Webster
  • He is a first-rate man, and he has the whole thing down cold. Cited from An American Politician, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Some grown up man who has become as a little child again. Cited from Candida, by George Bernard Shaw
  • He was a tall, well-built man of six or seven and twenty. Cited from The Argosy, Vol. 51, No. 4, April, 1891, ed. by Charles W. Woods
  • Let no man add to these, neither let him take out from these.
  • He was really a fine-looking man still, though he was quite gray. Cited from The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII., by Guy de Maupassant
  • It was his right hand man who was killed on the last day of the war.
  • For he is now my right-hand man, as he was of the dead man. Cited from The Well At The World's End, by William Morris #1
  • As well say a self-born as a self-made man. Cited from Heart of Man, by George Edward Woodberry
  • He must have been a grown-up man when I was a child. Cited from Girlhood and Womanhood, by Sarah Tytler
  • Then a middle-aged man with a group of boys came near us. Cited from Pictures of Jewish Home-Life Fifty Years Ago, by Hannah Trager
  • Lincoln was a first rate man who knew everything about some one thing. Cited from The Battle of Principles, by Newell Dwight Hillis
  • He was a fine looking man of two or three-and-fifty. Cited from We Two, by Edna Lyall