I think he must be a furriner,” says the King, “because his dhress is outlandish.
"He's a furriner," he said, addressing the wall before him with impassive jaw.
The second mate and me, we got to know each other up to the inn—he's a furriner, he is—a Don, more'n likely.
She was too much like a "furriner" to please him, and too quiet.
Don't know, your honour, never saw him before; he looks like a furriner, too.
Because that furriner from the blue grass has come atween us!
Well, I don't blame yer; of course, 'e is a furriner; but I'm not one to say as furriners ain't no class.
The furriner that went by just now, was it he that frightened ye, Ma'am?
I think he must be a furriner,” says the King, “bekase his dhress is outlandish.
As the principal was showing him over the place, a girl passed through the library, and the "furriner" was presented.