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countrified

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcountrifiedcoun‧tri‧fied /ˈkʌntrɪfaɪd/ adjective  COUNTRYSIDEtypical of the countryside, or made to seem typical of the countryside the countrified existence of the newly rich
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countrifiedDespite her countrified clothes she seemed a lady, no street strumpet.You can add countrified curtains to enhance the rural charm of the kitchen.Alden and others point out that every decade has had its share of countrified rock artists.
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