Definition of Rurals
1. rural [n] - See also: rural
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rurals
Literary usage of Rurals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Round My House: Notes of Rural Life in France in Peace and War by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1876)
"Manners and customs of the rurals—Early rising—English breakfast unknown—Caft an lait—Abstinence of men in the morning—Le -vin blanc—Soup—The ..."
2. My Country, Right Or Wrong? by Gustave Hervé (1921)
"... rurals : THE WORK OF THE " PIOUPIOU DE L'YONNE." Le Consent and the Manuel du Soldat have had their effect, especially in the working-class districts; ..."
3. Report by Puerto Rico Dept. of Education (1900)
"Tuesday, September 2, 8.30 am Spanish for rurals, graded, and principals. ... Thursday, September 4, 8.30 am : Algebra for rurals, graded, and principals. ..."
4. The Potato: A Compilation of Information from Every Available Source by Eugene H. Grubb, William Sumner Guilford (1912)
""rurals and Pearls are our standard varieties, with 6 per cent. planted to ... It seems that some of our growers are just learning how to grow rurals. ..."
5. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"He would enroll them as members of the Mexican Constabulary or rurals, ... Soon Mexico was like another land and the rurals became the strongest military ..."
6. History of the Commune of 1871 by Lissagaray (1886)
"Hundreds of " Bravos " answered from the galleries, overwhelming the rurals. After the sitting the crowd cheered Garibaldi and hooted his insulters. ..."
7. Manual Training Magazine (1918)
"My forge boys branch off into agricultural forging for rurals, and ornamental iron work, such as fire sets, door knockers, and machine parts for city boys. ..."