While our small adventurer was peacefully sleeping, the milkmaid came to give the cattle their morning fodder.
The milkmaid did not know whether the other herders were boys or girls this year.
They moved about so quickly that the milkmaid's head got almost "light" whilst she looked at them.
But I will gladly come, and the milkmaid says I may be away over night, because it is too far.
In the month of May there was the addition of a May-pole and garland, a milkmaid, a fiddler, and syllabubs.
She scarcely believed that such a thing had ever happened to the milkmaid herself.
Mr. Magrath generally paints single figures, associated with rural life—a milkmaid, or a farmer.
Lisbeth did not say anything about her ambition to become a milkmaid.
The physical shock was felt far and near, and the moral shock travelled with the morning milkmaid into all the suburbs.
She was goatherd and milkmaid, fire-tender and cook, tailor and tent-maker.