And toward the man who is citified your purely range-bred product cherishes a distinct if secret grudge.
The delighted Solomon had quite forgotten his dislike for the citified Paige.
She was rather stylishly dressed, “citified,” Oscar said; she swung a beaded work-bag as she walked.
He won her away with his glitter and plume And citified ways, while the lover did fume.
Country's getting so citified the morning papers are here almost before breakfast's cleared off.
Yes, yes, I know that you are one of the citified, and cannot breathe except in an atmosphere of tobacco smoke.
If the citified fishermen objected to what they found, “Be gob, you kin kape away,” he readily told them.
He regarded Verona's books, Babbitt's silver pencil, and flowers on the table as citified extravagances, and said so.
If she had any “citified airs” they were not of the kind that are especially displeasing to country people.
They saw how clean-cut was the hairline at the back of his head and over his ears––sure sign that he was “citified.”