The muzhik in the doorway of the hut stood bowing to the ground.
It is the country where a muzhik is as good as a prince of the blood!
In other respects they resemble very closely the ordinary peasant, or muzhik.
This is the land where a muzhik is as good as a prince of the blood!
The muzhik was probably then, as now, only too ready to accept a loan without taking the necessary precautions for repaying it.
Their ideas, the ideas of the masters, are unintelligible to me, a muzhik.
The muzhik barely holds the reins and rocks from side to side sleepily.
As for the money, of course—He thinks that because a muzhik like him can go without food a whole day others can too.
In other stories, again, the deep-seated piety of the muzhik, and his patriarchal simplicity of heart are portrayed.
A muzhik walked at her side, a dirty, ill-smelling fellow, who said nothing and hiccuped.