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of or relating to the countryside

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a short poem descriptive of rural or pastoral life

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(used with regard to idealized country life) idyllically rustic

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relating to shepherds or herdsmen or devoted to raising sheep or cattle

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Would a more bucolically expansive environment allow our son's whirlwind character unconstrained freedom and so result in less wear-and-tear on him and our nerves?
The final, two-page section of the novel opens bucolically with Imelda's parents walking past the mulberry trees at Kilneagh, talking mostly about their former classmates, but, significantly, "They do not speak of other matters" (191).
However, the Globe and Mail resorted to notions promoted by the regional and city campaigns and the local press (Debruyn 1998) to emphasise the discursive idea of a Silicon Vineyard, evoking, on the one hand, Silicon Valley and the tech-boom of the times, and on the other, nature as bucolically represented by the fetishisation of wine production.
I have time to reflect bucolically from the comfort of one of First Great Western's newest trains which - although not moving at this point - has more leg room than before and a level of soundproofing that encourages such meanderings of the mind.
Had he not served as moderator of synod -- three times -- and put up with weekends in dreary third-rate motels in bucolically boring little towns, presiding over debates on the camp committee report as to how many urinals and life-jackets were really needed?