A down-easter strutted about the city one day, puffing at a cigar.
The third youth was long and lank and talked with a nasal drawl and a manner of speech that proclaimed him a down-easter.
"Guess you'll pay me two dollars," said the down-easter, quietly.
He was a specimen of the Southerner possessing salient points, and was a study for the down-easter.
Moreover, to Matt's practiced eye, this individual seemed to savor of a down-easter.
Calico rather shuns me, as a general thing, my down-easter, on account of my plain speaking.
This person was a down-easter, and was well acquainted with the Johnstons and Wiscasset.
"He's a down-easter—a horse jockey chap, I'll be bound," cried another.
I exclaimed, halting suddenly, 'there is living critters here, as I'm a down-easter.'