With a little industry and perseverance wonders might be done in this country.
This was Geronimo's country, the land of the greatest of the Apache fighters.
They were now descending a little hill at the foot of which stood a country tavern.
I've been wanting to get a look at that country and a talk with you, Bill, for a month.
“You can get about the country pretty quickly in that car,” I said.
It was that principle that was the real kernel of the New England dream in this country.
It lies at the edge of the Indian country and tends to advance.
Feeding them and finding their eggs is one of the country child's pleasures.
The chief rose, and in a few very appropriate words bade the strangers welcome to his country.
In that country one sees a goat with nearly every flock of sheep.
country mid-13c., from O.Fr. cuntree, from V.L. *(terra) contrata "(land) lying opposite," or "(land) spread before one," from L. contra "opposite, against" (see contra). To Eng. as "district," narrowed 1520s to rural areas, as opposed to cities. Replaced O.E. land. Countrified is from 1650s. First record of country-and-western music style is from 1959. Country club first recorded 1894.