I saw before me sitting in the open field, upon his pack of rags, the old ragman that I know.
The ragman would have declined any negotiations concerning his clothes.
The horse chose that moment to stop abruptly and an unpleasant encounter with the ragman seemed inevitable.
Beauchamp glanced at his note-book for the name of this man, who was a ragman and dustman.
It went perforce to the ragman, if he would condescend to accept it.
Many were moth-eaten and past redemption; those went to the ragman.
Drucken Wabster and Brown the ragman came round the corner, staggering.
You remember it boys; 'twas more like a ragman's than a soldier of the King's.
Some took with them an assistant, called the ragman, to carry the dancers' extra clothing.
The red-headed Polish Jew, the ragman Zerkow, stood in the doorway.