Usage examples of "yorkshireman".
The head drover, a Yorkshireman, stared gloomily at the beasts which had been driven into a pasture behind the headquarters.
Dominating the table with his anecdotes there was a plainspeaking Yorkshireman, sole owner of a steel works from which had come enough metal to build a complete Royal Naval Battle Squadron.
Looked at from the outside, even the cockney and the Yorkshireman have a strong family resemblance.
Constantine saw only one threat to his bid to dominate British racing, and that was a bullet-headed Yorkshireman with no social graces, a huge mail-order business, and the luck of the devil with horses.
Vic Vincent and the Yorkshireman, Fynedale, who bought for Wilton Young.
Vic Vincent and the carrot-headed Yorkshireman Fynedale, Ronnie North and Jiminy Bell.
And some day, when the season is over and we have the time, you shall explain to me the exact blood-brotherhood and all that sort of thing that exists between a French Canadian and a mild Hindoo and a Yorkshireman, for instance.
And God, who is a Yorkshireman, had grinned, nipped a guest in the appendix and made sure news of the cancellation reached the hotel five minutes before Dalziel rang.
Andrew Dalziel threw back his head and laughed long and loud, and God, who is a Yorkshireman, looked fondly down on him and laughed too.
He was a craggy-faced man, a tough Yorkshireman with a humour and integrity which I liked and a soft place inside which his dog had occupied.
The Yorkshireman leaned back in his chair with a look of open disbelief.
Since Lord Seiger is a Yorkshireman, I would venture to guess that the work was done by His Grace the Archbishop of York a most pious and powerful Healer.
Allerdyke, like all true Yorkshiremen, had been born into the world with a double portion of caution and a triple one of reserve, and instead of answering the question he took a leisurely look at the questioner.
CHAPTER V THE NASTIRSEVITCH JEWELS Allerdyke, like all true Yorkshiremen, had been born into the world with a double portion of caution and a triple one of reserve, and instead of answering the question he took a leisurely look at the questioner.
I had consumed several whiskies--the kind the inexpert Yorkshiremen pour as though it was ginger ale-and I had finished with a glass of old Mrs.