Synonyms for small-town
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : smawl-toun|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈsmɔlˈtaʊn|
Top 10 synonyms for small-town Other synonyms for the word small-town
Définition of small-townOrigin :
- "unsophisticated, provincial," 1824, from noun phrase, from small (adj.) + town.
- adj local
- Another of her relatives, a niece, had married a small-town sharper.
- Extract from : « On the Stairs » by Henry B. Fuller
- She was the eldest daughter of a small-town lawyer, in Vermont.
- Extract from : « The Cricket » by Marjorie Cooke
- She was an untrained, ambitious, thoroughly commonplace, small-town girl.
- Extract from : « The Job » by Sinclair Lewis
- Her taste in dress was soubrettish and flagrant, but it was not small-town.
- Extract from : « We Can't Have Everything » by Rupert Hughes
- It may be the small-town way, but you know things maybe I don't know.
- Extract from : « Poor White » by Sherwood Anderson
- There is a trick that was often used in small-town elections.
- Extract from : « The Iron Puddler » by James J. Davis
- He had listened to the call of the city, but he was still a small-town man.
- Extract from : « The Gay Cockade » by Temple Bailey
- It is difficult for a small-town girl to think of reasons for going into a bank.
- Extract from : « Cheerful--By Request » by Edna Ferber
- Suppose, then, on top of all the drawbacks of small-town life, the girls had to work under big-city factory conditions?
- Extract from : « Working With the Working Woman » by Cornelia Stratton Parker
- It's a cleaner trade than typesetting and fussing round a small-town print shop.
- Extract from : « The Wrong Twin » by Harry Leon Wilson
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