Then the townswoman's self-satisfied arrogance came to the surface.
All this Charlotte Bronte's townswoman told simply and garrulously, but she told it well because she had felt and seen.
Her mother had been a townswoman; and the girl had been born and bred amongst them.
"That lass o' Lowrie's has made a bad bargain, i' takin' up wi' that wench," said a townswoman to Grace.
Rouvke, in his heart, addressed to his townswoman, on emerging from the pitchy darkness of the little bedroom.
We are thankful to see the recognition accorded to the worth of our townswoman.
Did you at that time know of his relation to your townswoman, Mrs. Clemmens?