In snatches of melody from preceding scenes, she recalls the episode at the kermis, the night in the garden.
As soon as I finish making the mannikins for the knitting bags at the kermis.
Writing as a foreigner, in no way concerned with the matter, I may express regret that the kermis is not what it was in Holland.
They see each other at the kermis, or in the street, or fields.
Very festive is the appearance of a town in the kermis week.
On this bier was supposed to rest all that remained of the kermis.
As they drew near the city it was easy to see that everybody was going to the kermis, and was thinking of nothing else.
It was the kermis or annual fair, and all the world was keeping holiday in Utrecht.
The children were looking forward to this with as much pleasure as they had to any feature of the kermis.
The Arabs received the kermis from Armenia, and the name was originally “Quer-més,” “oak-apple.”