They are in dialect, and the rusticity of their language harmonizes well with their naïve, homely sentiment.
It was amazing how a lady born and bred could degenerate in the rusticity of Dauphiny.
Now he was known all over the country, as well for his own rusticity, as his father's nobility and great wealth.
The rusticity of his previous occupation and breeding was upon him.
But after a very few years he relapsed into rusticity of dress and manners.
She is as rough and angular as rusticity itself could have made her.
The rustic classes, and instances of their rusticity, are not unfrequently met with in these interesting carvings.
We look for rusticity in the village, and for elegance in the park.
But with his own peasant class his rusticity was all in his favour.
I should like to give her one season in London before she marries—just to rub off a little of the rusticity.