countrified

[ kuhn-truh-fahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF countrified

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNTRIFIED

Is not that like nobody on earth but sweet, slow, obstinate, countrified Aunt Ann?

There are five thousand people in this old, faded, countrified town.

Paris still bewildered him like some countrified boor on his first visit.

His speech and his ways were "countrified," and they remained so all the days of his life.

Fanny did n't say "countrified," but she meant it, and Polly felt uncomfortable.

She says it's just because we live down East here that we are so countrified.

One of them was ungraceful, being fat and countrified, so all were laughing at her.

But I prefer to be alive and countrified than sophisticated in an ambulance and so I run.

I've got business experience, you know; while you're green, countrified, you know.

Of all the places I had stayed at in Rgen this place was the most countrified and innocent.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COUNTRIFIED

rural

adjectivecountry, not urban
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