Fringing the townlet, new gristmill and new factory stood where the mother ditch was bridged.
They have metamorphosed a miserable mid-German townlet into a city of palaces.
Tranent, too, a townlet subsisting upon collieries: how grimly commonplace!
A cottage which stood on a high slope above this townlet and its bay resounded one morning with the notes of a merry company.
At Hadston Hogarth remained two months, the most occupied man anywhere, yet passing for a lounger in the townlet.
Probably no townlet in England possesses such a remarkable group of ecclesiastical buildings.
Accompanied by 'Liza-Lu and the boy, she again ascended the little lane which secluded the church from the townlet.
Bazoches is a townlet of five hundred inhabitants, and not one of them cares whether you come or go.
He reached the top of the old road where it makes a sudden descent to the townlet, but she did not appear.
There the black masses of troops closed up and dismounted, till the whole slope by the townlet was covered with horses and men.