townly

townly

(ˈtaʊnlɪ)
adj
characteristic of a town
References in classic literature ?
I suppose she is one of your quality folks, one of your Townly ladies that we saw last night in the puppet-show, who don't know what they would be at.
Ryan Pocock scored five, with Luke Townly, Corey Townly and Jamie Reid adding the others.
Juliet is subjected to even sterner pressure: she must take the leading role of Lady Townly or be thrown out onto the street.
After Miss Arbe lets the company down, Elinor, the outspoken feminist, decides to take the lead role of Lady Townly herself, but then finds she can't manage it and has to settle for her original role as Lady Wronghead.
Speaking after the council meeting, David Townly, President of the WBCC, said: "It is with great pleasure we are announcing the very first T20 World Cup in India.
Though Schimsa, Townly and Chester listen apprehensively, none of the men appear good enough for them and are bought by opposing teams.
In fact, managers such as Chester and Townly even go so far as to hire an outside talent agent to help them purchase the best players possible.
He tells Townly and Chester: "Men are mere objects to be bought here [.
Though they do not find their new star player on the auction block, Townly and Chester hesitantly accept Schimsa's choice for a new midfielder when Week enters the stage.
Too injured to play, Schimsa, Townly and Chester begin to panic and inform Week that his absence on the field is unacceptable.
He praises Rundell for his Jaffier and Pierre, his Lear, Othello, and Richard III, his Orestes in The Distressed Mother and his Townly in The Provoked Husband.
I can only recall a few names, such as Arthur Sullivan, Joe Hickey, Charlie Benson, Tommy Jones, Tommy Cowan, Johnny Hall, Stan Cliffe, Dick Townly, Bill Richards and Jimmy O'Neil.