1 They were at once cosmopolitan and provincial, with the cosmopolitan provincialism of art that goes with pure social ideals.
2 Apparently the place succeeded in satisfying him, and, to tell the truth, it was at least up to the usual standard of our provincial capitals.
3 Some of the ladies were dressed well and in the fashion, while the remainder were clad in such garments as God usually bestows upon a provincial town.
4 I shall find him in some provincial town.
5 It's only in the capital that you find bon-ton and not a lot of provincial lubbers.
6 You take me for a silly provincial wench.
7 Catherine Petrovna did actually play valses and the ecossaise, and dancing began in which Nicholas still further captivated the provincial society by his agility.
8 All the evening Nicholas paid attention to a blue-eyed, plump and pleasing little blonde, the wife of one of the provincial officials.
9 During the movement of the Russian army from Tarutino to Krasnoe it lost fifty thousand sick or stragglers, that is a number equal to the population of a large provincial town.
10 A small-town bungalow, the wives of a village doctor and a village dry-goods merchant, a provincial teacher, a colloquial brawl over paying a servant a dollar more a week.
11 His clothes were too heavy and provincial.
12 She concluded that it was because they were of secure reputation, not hemmed in by the fire of provincial jealousies.
13 For unless you own the whale, you are but a provincial and sentimentalist in Truth.
14 These provincial terms are frequently put in the.
15 Then, changing his language, he continued, adhering to the imperfect nomenclature of his provincial instructors.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 10