townsperson

townspeople

[tounz-pee-puhl]
plural noun
1.
the inhabitants or citizenry of a town.
2.
people who were raised in a town or city.
Also called townsfolk.


Origin:
1640–50; town + 's1 + people

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townspeople or townsfolk (ˈtaʊnzˌpiːpəl, ˈtaʊnzˌfəʊk)
 
n
the inhabitants of a town; citizens
 
townsfolk or townsfolk
 
n

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