Some country cousins or other, I know that; but who are they?
It is the one topic one has in common with the Country Cousins.
He had always been a regal spender, and his country cousins knew it.
They were the country cousins, with their sons and daughters, all come to hear the will read.
Country cousins on a visit to the city were brought hither for entertainment.
All brought with them their dinners, packed in tin pails, in imitation of their country cousins.
Then they were purse-proud and apparently rich, and apt to patronise their country cousins.
At last city boys and girls have an out-of-door sport in which they have the best of their country cousins.
All the doorsteps of the palatial stone fronts stood disgusted with the loads of country cousins they were compelled to bear.
Let's ask Jeannette out here for a visit—an object-lesson as to the state of life whereunto the country cousins have been called.