Synonym: arcadian, eclogue, idyll, pastoral, peasant, provincial, rustic. Similar words: policy, police, solicit, symbolic, Catholic, buck, bucket, solid. Meaning: [bjuː'kɒlɪk] n. 1. a country person 2. a short descriptive poem of rural or pastoral life. adj. 1. used of idealized country life 2. relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raising sheep or cattle.
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1, The painting shows a typically bucolic scene with peasants harvesting crops in a field.
2, Today the bucolic beauty of the region hides a deeply entrenched and long-standing poverty.
3, There was a certain bucolic look to the faces of the cart drivers.
4, And that will seem positively bucolic in 2015, when the traffic count is predicted to more than triple.
5, This is nothing like the bucolic prison camp where his half-sister Carmella is held.
6, The meadow was the scene of bucolic gaiety.
7, Let them buy their bucolic knick-knacks.
8, Bucolic, conservative stuff,(http://sentencedict.com/bucolic.html) but nice and solid.
9, Add this to the bucolic scenery of Pennsylvania's green valleys, rich farmland, and mountain ranges, and it's no wonder that it's the fifth most populated state in the nation.
10, Despite this bucolic portrait , Iowa has its share of urban landscapes, too.
11, Thorntown's bucolic bliss was to a corporate sponsor , Campbell Soup. But such efforts are not enough.
12, The bucolic woods, vineyards and meadows of the south-west were such a delight after the Great Sandy Desert that we rode along grinning in our helmets and saying: "Corners!
13, The keenest of bucolic minds felt a whispering awe the sight the gentry ( George Eliot ).
14, He managed to transform the bucolic of butterflies into a dangerous sport.
15, It is a bucolic refuge in the midst of a great bustling city.
16, There are other signs in my bucolic town that the economy is cooling station.
17, The keenest of bucolic minds felt a whispering awe at the sight of the gentryGeorge Eliot.
18, The church is lovely(sentencedict.com), both in itself and for its bucolic setting.
19, My neurologist told me about a patient of hers who saw a bucolic farm scene before each seizure.
20, This film makes that sound a sweetly romantic, almost bucolic existence.
21, If we were back in urban reality now, we yet retained a glow imparted by our bucolic idyll.
22, Until recently, you would have had to look long and hard for an oil rig amid the bucolic scenery here.
23, She turns into a sweet country girl surrounded by family, chickens and a bucolic landscape.
24, A few gentleman farmers with plenty of money can still escape to the bucolic life.
25, Best though it was, his suIt'smacked of cheap tailoring and bucolic unfashionableness.
26, That means fewer free-range cattle and sheep grazing in bucolic pastures and more animals, especially chickens, packed into feedlots or high-density enclosures.
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