noun, plural dales·men.
- dale, sir henry hallett,
- dale, sir thomas,
- daley, richard,
- daley, richard joseph,
Origin of dalesman
Examples from the Web for dalesman
It was in a very wrathful mood that on his way home he turned into the Dalesman's Daughter in Silverdale.Bob, Son of Battle|Alfred Ollivant
At last the carline came to him, and spake softly to him in his ear: "All is free now, Dalesman, come thou!"
He might have been a Cumberland dalesman, such were his dignity, and self-possession, and English soberness of manner.Strangers and Wayfarers|Sarah Orne Jewett
And as for the Dalesman, look on him and see how his eyes are glittering and his cheeks flushing.
The dalesman you meet on the highway can tell you all the lore of his parish, giving dates and citing illustrative lays.Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland|Daniel Turner Holmes