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  • When she had made her rustic curtsey, the King asked her name and what she wanted. Cited from The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2), by Anatole France
  • She gave a little salute which included all three of her rustic visitors, and moved away. Cited from God's Good Man, by Marie Corelli
  • And next time he saw his wife he congratulated her on her rustic admirer. Cited from The Longest Journey, by E. M. Forster
  • Perhaps, in spite of her rustic ways, she understood that there was a false ring in her voice. Cited from Fruitfulness, by Emile Zola
  • Very pretty she was, too, in her rustic dress and ribbons. Cited from The Firelight Fairy Book, by Henry Beston
  • As for him, her rustic beauty and health pleased his senses; but, for his heart, she had little place in that. Cited from A Terrible Temptation, by Charles Reade
  • With his permission my mother prevailed on her rustic guardians to yield their charge to her. Cited from Frankenstein, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
  • The maid applied all her rustic strength and harder muscle to hold her within bounds. Cited from A Terrible Temptation, by Charles Reade
  • Her rustic characters are not comparable to those of a score or perhaps two or three score of other writers who treat of such subjects. Cited from Afoot in England, by W.H. Hudson
  • Having reached the pretty little summer-house, she seated herself on her rustic chair and waited until Diana arrived with the poor innocent. Cited from A Little Mother to the Others, by L. T. Meade
  • Mrs. Melrose found the girl's voice pleasant, and could not deny that she was pretty, in her rustic way. Cited from The Mating of Lydia, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • And hastily, to shift the conversation from such dangerous ground, she began to chat about her rustic pleasures. Cited from The Torrent (Entre Naranjos), by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • Angelica alights upon the ground, And he, her rustic comrade, at her best. Cited from The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2, by Warner
  • The woman is homely and home-loving, and I should be sorry to put new ideas in her rustic pate. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 4, by Charles Morris
  • So the nimble girl scrambled into a convenient tree, and escaped her rustic wooer by swinging herself down upon the other side of the garden wall. Cited from World's Best Literature, Ancient & Modern, Vol. 4, by C. D. Warner
  • She was becoming conscious of her gifts of fascination, and seemed to please herself with the homage of her rustic admirers. Cited from Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1867, by Various
  • She and the children explored London, seeing all its sights, which Phebe, in her rustic curiosity, wished to see. Cited from Cobwebs and Cables, by Hesba Stretton
  • Gaeta clutched the arm of her rustic seat with a tiny hand upon which a new ring glittered, like a new star in the firmament. Cited from The Princess Passes, by Williamson
  • When her father comes to carry her to court, her rustic lover, Clermont, pleads so effectually that she consents to a secret union with him. Cited from The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, by George Frisbie Whicher
  • However, Lady Judith does not marry her rustic Orpheus, so the social convenances are undisturbed. Cited from Reviews, by Oscar Wilde
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