bucolic[ byoo-kol-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF bucolic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUCOLIC
He tapped his breast-pocket with a sneer of bucolic triumph.
In fact, the wife did not show the husband's enthusiasm as to the bucolic life.
The Bolbitinitic and Bucolic mouths, on the other hand, are not natural but made by digging.
The Old Squire, too, had his bucolic enemies as well as Gram.
The Bolbitinitic, and Bucolic mouths, on the other hand, are not natural but made by digging.
But the life of ants is by no means given over to these bucolic pursuits.
He wore with bucolic negligence clothes of excellent quality.
Its quaintness did not suggest to him, as it had done to Ryanne, the pastoral, the bucolic.
To-morrow I will point out a few of the things to be avoided in this bucolic retreat.'
It was farewell, moreover, to an ideal scene, a bit of bucolic poetry.