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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbucolicbu‧col‧ic /bjuːˈkɒlɪk $ -ˈkɑː-/ adjective literary  COUNTRYSIDErelating to the countrysidepastoral
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bucolicToday the bucolic beauty of the region hides a deeply entrenched and long-standing poverty.This film makes that sound a sweetly romantic, almost bucolic existence.My neurologist told me about a patient of hers who saw a bucolic farm scene before each seizure.If we were back in urban reality now, we yet retained a glow imparted by our bucolic idyll.And that will seem positively bucolic in 2015, when the traffic count is predicted to more than triple.a bucolic little townThere was a certain bucolic look to the faces of the cart drivers.Until recently, you would have had to look long and hard for an oil rig amid the bucolic scenery here.The church is lovely, both in itself and for its bucolic setting.
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