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“There were hundreds of contadine in the great crowd surging by, but no Lisetta.”
“The gay confusion of Carnival is over, with its mad tossing of flowers and _bonbons_, its showering of _confetti_, its brilliantly draped balconies running over with happy faces, its barbaric races, its rows of joyous _contadine_, its quaint masquerading, and all the glad folly of its Saturnalia.”
“A pretty place enough, it possesses an unique market-place covered in by ancient twisted plane trees, where the old women chaffer with the cooks and contadine.”
“Everywhere on these hills you find villas, and every villa has a garden, and every garden has a fountain, where all day long the sun plays with the slim dancing water and the contadine sing of love in the vineyards.”
“It is now no longer made in great quantity, and is chiefly worn by contadine (as a safe investment of their ready money),”
“To which the boy on the shafts – a laughing, merry fellow named Giovanni – replies that these are contadine from Buchenstein, Luvinallungo, and Corfara.”
“To-day we have been out in the country, and found a little chapel, full of contadine, their lovers waiting outside the door.”
“The two handsome contadine, who serve me, took off their woollen gowns, and sat five hours at a time, in the street, in white cambric dresses, and straw hats turned up with roses.”
“Perhaps she too had come in among the troops of contadine.”
“Two young English tourists (one of them a lord) took contadine partners and dashed in, as did also a shaggy man in goat-skin breeches, who looked like rustic Pan in person, and footed it as merrily as he.”
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