- Of or feature of countryside or its men and women; austere. See Synonyms at rural.
- Of or characteristic of shepherds or flocks; pastoral.
- Rustic, pastoral, country-styled.
- Pertaining to herdsmen or peasants.
- Of or with respect to living and occupation of a shepherd; pastoral; austere.
- (used with regard to idealized country life) idyllically austere
- associated with shepherds or herdsmen or dedicated to increasing sheep or cattle
- A farmer or shepherd; a rustic.
- A pastoral poem.
- A rustic, peasant
- A pastoral poem, representing rural affairs, therefore the life, ways, and profession of shepherds.
- [⟨ L. bucolicum, pl. bucolica, neut. of bucolicus: see I.] A pastoral poem, representing rural affairs, or the life, ways, and career of shepherds: since, the bucolics of Theocritus and Virgil.
- A writer of pastorals.
- A countryman; a farmer: used humorously or perhaps in decline.
- a country person
- a brief poem descriptive of outlying or pastoral life
- Pastoral; regarding nation affairs, or to a shepherd's life and profession: as, bucolic song.
- Agricultural: made use of humorously or in disparagement.
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