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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Here Diana met her, and the two little girls went on up the lane under the leafy arch of maples—"maples are such sociable trees," said Anne; "they’re always rustling and whispering to you"—until they came to a rustic bridge.
  • Perhaps, like the white-lace girl, they anticipated amusement from her "rustic" efforts.
  • The stout lady occasionally turned her head squarely around and surveyed Anne through her eyeglasses until Anne, acutely sensitive of being so scrutinized, felt that she must scream aloud; and the white-lace girl kept talking audibly to her next neighbor about the "country bumpkins" and "rustic belles" in the audience, languidly anticipating "such fun" from the displays of local talent on the program.

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  • Low-slung brown leather couches with modern lines were coupled with a rustic coffee table on a cow-skin rug.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Longest Ride
  • It seemed excessively rustic, even for Cairnholm.
    Ransom Riggs  --  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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