rustic[ ruhs-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF rustic
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Why else should they wander together in the woods, or be so lost in talk by rustic streams?
And presently the rustic young gamester is tossing somersets for a penny.
"I could play lovers a deal better," said the rustic cherub.
I found at the inn a young maid who spoke a sort of rustic Italian.
And there were, about her, other suggestions of a rustic and homely nature.
Her "Rustic Lays" appeared in 1855, in an elegant little volume.
Doubtless this man followed along the shore and saw them at the rustic seat.
I deal, and love to deal, with the rustic exceptional, the village notable and wiseacre.
So Amanda inquired of the landlady if such a rustic cot could be found.
There was a rustic simplicity about the whole scene that charmed me.
mid-15c., from Latin rusticus "of the country, rural; country-like, plain, simple, rough, coarse, awkward," from rus (genitive ruris) "open land, country" (see rural). Noun meaning "a country person, peasant" is from 1550s (also in classical Latin). Related: Rustical (early 15c.).
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