who cares for a countrified
little thing like her," said Tom manfully to himself; and then the spirit of mischief entered in and took possession of him.
When I was a boy in a printing-office in Missouri, a loose-jointed, long-legged, tow-headed, jeans-clad countrified
cub of about sixteen lounged in one day, and without removing his hands from the depths of his trousers pockets or taking off his faded ruin of a slouch hat, whose broken rim hung limp and ragged about his eyes and ears like a bug-eaten cabbage leaf, stared indifferently around, then leaned his hip against the editor's table, crossed his mighty brogans, aimed at a distant fly from a crevice in his upper teeth, laid him low, and said with composure:
So I got the false whiskers and the goggles and this countrified
suit of clothes, and fetched them along back in a hand-bag; and when I was passing a shop where they sell all sorts of things, I got a glimpse of one of my pals through the window.
She is not silly, conceited, nor countrified
," said George, slowly raising his beautiful eyes to the young girl half reproachfully.
The pearl writes quaint countrified
little verses, doggerel they are; but somehow or other she always contrives to put in one line, one thought, one image, that shows you she is, quite unconsciously to herself, in possession of the secret.
They were met by the ladies of the concert committee, one of whom took Anne off to the performers' dressing room which was filled with the members of a Charlottetown Symphony Club, among whom Anne felt suddenly shy and frightened and countrified
She had two sons, Robert, a rough countrified
farmer, and Richard, a retiring, studious young man, who was studying the classics with the vicar's assistance, preparing for college, with a view to enter the church.
Snagsby's being in his way rather a meditative and poetical man, loving to walk in Staple Inn in the summer-time and to observe how countrified
the sparrows and the leaves are, also to lounge about the Rolls Yard of a Sunday afternoon and to remark (if in good spirits) that there were old times once and that you'd find a stone coffin or two now under that chapel, he'll be bound, if you was to dig for it.
Lynde had fitted, looked VERY countrified
and home-made besides the stranger's smart attire.
Encouraged by this countrified
trust in all comers, the officer entered the yard without ceremony, and tethered his horse to the bars of the gate.
Our little place was very countrified
, considering that it is so close to town.
The restoration has made a countrified
summer and winter pub offering a seriously relaxing experience.