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- n. the instigator or perpetrator of rustication
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There were people whose grandparents were buried in the nearest cemetery who were still regarded as “from away,” although that wasn't quite as bad as being branded a “rusticator,” the locals' favorite term of abuse for city folks who came Down East in order to get in touch with country living.
"I never could see no fun in bein 'a rusticator anyway, down there by the sea-wall on a hot day, settin' up agin 'a spruce tree admirin' the lan'scape, with ants an 'pitch ekally a-meanderin' over ye."
Surgical in his cross-examination, deft in his ability to just let the religious rusticator wax inane.
Some rusticator in Armpit, Alabama, may have loved the Minnie Pearl delivery of this hick, but I didn't.
"I took a rusticator once 't was dietin 'for dyspepsy -- that's a state
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