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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.

    The Killing Kind

  • "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."

    Vesty of the Basins

  • Surgical in his cross-examination, deft in his ability to just let the religious rusticator wax inane.

    The Latest on Air America

  • Some rusticator in Armpit, Alabama, may have loved the Minnie Pearl delivery of this hick, but I didn't.

    The Latest on Air America

  • "I took a rusticator once 't was dietin 'for dyspepsy -- that's a state

    Vesty of the Basins


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