rusticity


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Synonyms for rusticity

the quality of being rustic or gauche

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This is the nature of Corinth now: modernity and rusticity sitting side by side.
pubescens responded better to N increases, possibly due to its rusticity and in addition to it has not yet undergone any selection process, unlike P.
He is scoffed at for not accepting who he is, which destroys his charming rusticity and his sound reasoning.
The cherry tomato is known for its rusticity, its vegetative growth rate and its rate of productivity.
IAC 165 Commercial rice variety developed by the Campinas Agronomic Institute, with high rusticity, good root development and tolerance to the stress of drought.
belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family, is an oilseed crop with high socioeconomic value that has stood out for its rusticity and good adaptation to adverse conditions of climate and soil, high production and high content of oil in its seeds (Santos et al.
The wabi aesthetic is seen as a value of simplicity, rusticity, impermanence and the acceptance of the imperfect.
The "Chokhi Dhani" group of resorts and restaurants is an exquisite example of newer wave of marketing where a consumer undergoes real life experiences of the rusticity of Indian villages.
is a fruit tree that has drawn interest from growers in different parts of Brazil, due to its high yield, rusticity and different possibilities of use for its fruits (ASQUIERI et al.
An intense precision or an exaggerated rusticity of detail is presented within the bounds of a strictly conceived complex of planned obscurity.
In this historically-powered oldest restaurant (1784), Michelin-starred chef Guy Martin creates a unique blend of sophistication and rusticity.
Convolvulaceae is quite a simple vegetable for growing because of its rusticity, high level of adaptation to different soil types and weather, higher tolerance to dry weather and low production cost (Cardoso et al.
fulgens has large phenotypic diversity displayed mainly in flower color, coupled to high rusticity, fast growth and long-lasting flowers that increase its potential for economic exploitation.