The fruiterer's daughter was putting into the cabriolet a parcel belonging to Georges at the moment of his arrest.
On the way he entered a fruiterer's shop and inquired the price of grapes.
Nelly was the vagabond daughter of a poor Cavalier captain and fruiterer, who is said to have died in prison at Oxford.
One night in the autumn Nana went out, saying she wanted some baked pears from the fruiterer's.
We often see a fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, with beautiful fruit or cake temptingly displayed in the window.
Never travel in the same carriage with three able-bodied seamen and a fruiterer from Kent; the A.-B.
On their way through the little town, Desmahis went into a fruiterer's to buy cherries for the overheated citoyennes.
I wonder if a fruiterer from some place else—say Worcestershire—would offer the same phenomena?
The fruiterer opposite told me that of nights they let loose dogs whose food is hung up on stakes just out of their reach.
She went to the fruiterer'sTo buy him some fruit,And when she came backHe was playing the flute.