A big tear rolled down upon the scrubby beard of the ragpicker.
The play, which was called The ragpicker, can still be seen in the Ghetto.
Love is always tragic, even the amours of a ragpicker and a gutter-wench.
His wife was a ragpicker and a bawd, but she had plenty of shrewdness.
Among these a ragpicker with a long white beard, but still strong, was conspicuous.
The Paris ragpicker is seldom seen in the streets by day: his most profitable season is the night.
What if the ragpicker's daughters are hastening over the ocean to teach your children in the public schools?
The scavenger and the ragpicker, being the lowest grade of blousards, do not always rise to the dignity even of a blouse.
Nodier who gave to the poor, and sometimes to philosophers, had entered the ragpicker's abode.
The housewife may apperceive old rags as something to be thrown away; a ragpicker, as something to be gathered up.