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Rustic Synonyms, Rustic Antonyms Merriam-Webster Thesaurus.
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Rustic Definition of Rustic by Merriam-Webster.
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RUSTIC meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Definition of rustic from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press. Examples of rustic. Just as a character's' costume could instandy identify him as, say, a shepherd, so the sound of an oboe could immediately evoke his rustic world.
Rustic definition of rustic by The Free Dictionary.
rustic characteristic of rural life; countrified" clothes" rustic" awkwardness." rural living in or characteristic of farming or country life; rural" people" large" rural households" unpaved" rural roads" an" economy that is basically rural." rustic awkwardly simple and provincial; bumpkinly" country boys" rustic" farmers" a" hick town" the" nightlife of Montmartre awed the unsophisticated tourists."
rustic Dictionary Definition: Vocabulary.com.
When you think of the word rustic, think of the rural country. This word can be given a positive or a negative spin depending on how you use it; a rustic inn, for example, might be quaint or it might be virtually uninhabitable.
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226 The cause of these stampedes was generally undiscoverable; but sometimes, when the birds stayed some time down on the water, the figure of a rustic would at length appear, walking behind a hedge, along a path bounding the little meadow.

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