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  • Mostly it was hidden behind his thick, adhesive-taped glasses and the idiotic, farmerish yuk-yuk-yuk that was his frequent laughter.

    Blaze

  • Three deputies with a distinctly farmerish look about them, dressed in khaki like the Sheriff, crowded into the door behind Avery and gawked.

    Wizard and Glass

  • "It's my belief he's nothing worse than a natural," said a farmerish-looking person.

    The Railway Children

  • The Senators from his home-State felt compelled to moderately bestir themselves, the result of their joint efforts being that Mr. Warmdollar was tendered a position as guard about the congressional cemetery, said last resting-place of greatness-gone-to-sleep being a wild, weird tract in a semi-farmerish region on the fringe of town.

    The President A novel

  • The costumes 'motif is blue denim, but some of the dancers wear farmerish overalls while the others wear the tight jeans and T-shirts of hipsters.

    Chicago Reader

  • The costumes 'motif is blue denim, but some of the dancers wear farmerish overalls while the others wear the tight jeans and T-shirts of hipsters.

    Chicago Reader

  • The costumes 'motif is blue denim, but some of the dancers wear farmerish overalls while the others wear the tight jeans and T-shirts of hipsters.

    Chicago Reader

  • “It’s my belief he’s nothing worse than a natural,” said a farmerish-looking person.

    The Railway Children

  • “It’s my belief he’s nothing worse than a natural,” said a farmerish-looking person.

    The Railway Children

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