Yeomanlike

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Yeo´man`like`


a.1.Resembling, or suitable to, a yeoman; yeomanly.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
One by one the archers, stepping forward, delivered their shafts yeomanlike and bravely.
The surprise with the Clinton/Patterson thriller is that most reviewers--expecting a major dud--found the book at least yeomanlike, and many critics wrote positive reviews.
Green's yeomanlike effort to tell the story of Watkins is rewarded by his own accidental discovery of a surprising fact: Green's great-great-grandfather, W.
His self-effacing dedication to public service shines through in the three volumes of Art in Theory, compendious but deftly edited anthologies that he and his collaborators, Paul Wood and later Jason Gaiger, compiled during the 1990s in a yeomanlike and under-rewarded effort to bring the intellectual adventure of art practice in the West before any interested reader.
The Internet Archive, led and inspired by the intrepid Brewster Kahle, is already the creator of the Wayback Machine (www.archive.org/web/web.php), a yeomanlike attempt to archive the entire World Wide Web.