The country-gentleman had strong prejudices and enough common sense to recognise his own ignorance.
The country-gentleman, again, was not only the legislator but a most important figure in the judicial and administrative system.
The country-gentleman had little reason to fear that government would diminish his importance by tampering with his functions.
The law of landed property, meanwhile, was of vital and immediate interest to the country-gentleman.
Consequently the country-gentleman, though less intelligent, is more likely to favour a national and liberal policy.
How in the world could the owner of such a place as Jodhpur Palace be in any way like an English country-gentleman?
But then again, she is such a desperate scholar, that no country-gentleman can approach her without being a jest.
I was just wishing for you, madam; your niece and I have been so laughing at the blunt humour of your country-gentleman.
He bore his spouse and his country-gentleman life patiently enough in general; but every now and then he fell into exasperation.
Her husband was a large landed proprietor, and in public spirit was inferior to no country-gentleman of the kingdom.