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As the place was Islington, the month June, and the year 1718, we conceive the surroundings as being countrified and pleasant.
A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES
She felt somehow very ignorant and countrified and totally unfit for her high destiny as a member of Boston's select circles.
AND SO THEY WERE MARRIEDFLORENCE MORSE KINGSLEY
Our little place was very countrified, considering that it is so close to town.
I feel so timid here—so much afraid of doing something wrong—something countrified.
FAMILY PRIDEMARY J. HOLMES
Besides, there was something engaging in his countrified simplicity and his beaming good-nature.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Somerset is reputed to be one of the loveliest counties in the west of England and one of the most countrified of all Britain.
THE AUTOMOBILIST ABROADM. F. (MILBURG FRANCISCO) MANSFIELD
Tall, angular, countrified, he personified the popular conception of a Connecticut yankee.
THE HERITAGE OF THE HILLSARTHUR P. HANKINS
Did you ever see such a beau grabber in your life as that countrified Page Allison?
"Very countrified," was Marie's mental verdict, as she watched her unpacking her trunk.
To find him here, an associate and friend of the people she had called "countrified," was most astonishing.
CAP'N DAN'S DAUGHTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN

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