bucolic


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It was described by travel guide experts as "brimming with beauty" and praised for its "bucolic hills, sublime castles and historic market towns".
Cider with Rosie is her favourite book and she concentrates largely on how Lee blended fact and fiction to create a bucolic view of rural life following the World War I.
"It masterfully yet simply evoked the sense of bucolic absorption.
From the rolling hills in the background, it seems like this farm would be located in one of the many bucolic towns surrounding Worcester.
"I don't understand 'bucolic bliss' as bliss at all.
It's ironic, but fairly typical of the Anglican Church of Canada, that at the top of the front page, the words "Council of General Synod looks to the future" is printed over a never-never bucolic scene of a village with a spired church building at its centre.
Parthenope; the interplay of ideas in Vergilian bucolic.
Newtown : The schools of Newtown, which stood empty in the wake of a shooting rampage that took 26 of their own, will again ring with the sounds of students and teachers yesterday as the bucolic Connecticut town struggles to return to normal.
vvSteve comments: "Fakenham is one of those bucolic huntin', shootin' and fishing racecourses."
bucolic backyards-- as the Milky Way spread its silver cold
But if you ask New Yorkers, it is more likely to conjure terror than bucolic flower arrangements.
The changing rooms are now called the Changing Village, which gives the whole experience a bucolic flavour.