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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Resident of a densely populated settlement little interested in country ways.

Usage examples (10)
  • You're the finest old fellow in the townee (REPEAT)
  • It appeared they didn't; she and the boys were real bandits, not townee roughs.
  • Villagers were always inquisitive about and even antagonistic to newcomers, that was a cliche that even he, as a townee, had grown up with.
  • I am counted as one of the elders of the clan, Esteemed for my wisdom, tact and skill in argument, But within me there dwells a mere townee, too - A no-good layabout he... for more
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