countryside[ kuhn-tree-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF countryside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNTRYSIDE
By your own account you have not made the countryside endurable to men.
The day was sultry, and June in all its power ruled the countryside.
Reports came in that the countryside was up in arms, moving to attack the Mercutians.
He began to speculate on the future of the countryside when the Gaelic revival was complete.
"Oh, London may be very gay, but it's nothing to the countryside," sang Meg.
All the folks of the countryside have told me that it is forbidden.'
Great peacefulness came from the countryside which could not be seen.
Then cholera swept our countryside, and we heard she had taken it and died.
That afternoon Galusha spent in wandering about the countryside.
Am I Vicomtesse of Lavedan, or the wife of a boor of the countryside?