Definition of peon:
slogger, eager beaver, navvy, wonk, plugger, grub, overachiever, grunt, grubber, cowhand, toiler, slavey, fag, workaholic, cowpoke, dirt farmer, drudge, robot, dogsbody, galley slave, drone, buckaroo, workhorse, cattleman, cowboy, automaton, cowgirl, hack, farmhand, farmer, foot soldier, hacker, machine, field hand, drudger.
- "Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie", Andrew Carnegie.
No, gratias; zat's for peon.- "The Bad Man", Charles Hanson Towne.
As the blaze by which they dried their mysteriously muddy feet died down to red coals, from the pack of one of the burros the old peon extracted some ready- made tamales and proceeded to add the heat of cooking to the hotter peppers within their enwrapping corn husks.- "Unexplored!", Allen Chaffee.