n. common man, or one of the commonly of the first or most respectable class; freeholder; man free born
She's tough, she's a good, if not great, marker, handles pretty well and just gets the job done in a yeoman, blue-collar manner.
Sentence in Classic:
I descended so low, as to desire some English yeoman of the old stamp might be summoned to appear; once so famous for the simplicity of their manners, diet, and dress; for justice in their dealings; for their true spirit of liberty; for their valour, and love of their country.
Gulliver's Travels(V2) By Jonathan Swift Context
Had Fitzurse met this figure in an outer apartment, he would have passed him without notice, as one of the yeomen of the guard; but finding him in the inner hall, he looked at him with more attention, and recognised the Norman knight in the dress of an English yeoman.