You look at him pensively, and suddenly see one of the great everyday distances between your countryfolk and his.
Well, she is certainly no prophetess among these countryfolk.
As he lived in Germany fifty years ago, he scolds his countryfolk for living in flats.
Not so, said the Master: why not take it and give it to thy neighbours and countryfolk?
The countryfolk, many of whom had remained friendly, began bringing back spoil which they had wrested from wrongful possessors.
Young as she is, she may understand these things better than countryfolk like us.
Yet every page of it is a Jeremiad, an exhortation to his countryfolk to stop short on the road to ruin.
When I did go out, the streets were thronged with people, the countryfolk having come in for miles around.
(the child being the stolen sheep), must have caused townsfolk and countryfolk outrageous laughter.
The disuse of salt fish and the greater consumption of meat marked the improvement which was taking place among the countryfolk.