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idyllic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishidyllici‧dyl‧lic /ɪˈdɪlɪk, aɪ- $ aɪ-/ adjective  HAPPYan idyllic place or time is very beautiful, happy, and peaceful, with no problems or dangersidyllic setting/surroundings/scene etc If you want old-world tradition in an idyllic setting, this is the hotel for you.idyllically /-kli/ adverb idyllically happy
Examples from the Corpus
idyllicVermont, by contrast, was pastoral and idyllic.In many ways it could even be described as idyllic.If only in retrospect, it must have seemed to him idyllic, a kind of personal Eden.Muriel thought it idyllic, but Amelia was bored.Lou recalled his idyllic camping trips to Maine as a child.Pine trees line the road, fields are overgrown and idyllic cottages sit snug in the forests.It was an idyllic life for both of them, and they hated to leave the island.This is the idyllic part of a transformation which had far harsher sides.And every fall, gracious Patagonians share their idyllic scene with city folk.So, slowly, the memories of their idyllic times together had faded.an idyllic vacation resortidyllic setting/surroundings/scene etcEveryone involved in the filming has enjoyed working in such idyllic surroundings.Indeed, it would seem almost sacrilegious to introduce anything unnatural into this idyllic setting.Later they hosted a reception for 75 guests in idyllic surroundings.Luxury accommodation, exciting destinations, quality, service and flexibility. 84-pages of exceptional value in idyllic surroundings.Other tavernas stray across the beach to the water's edge offering idyllic surroundings and cool wine instead.In its idyllic surroundings of the Herefordshire Wye Valley Courtfield has become a natural haven of peace.If you want old-world tradition in an idyllic setting, this is the hotel for you.And every fall, gracious Patagonians share their idyllic scene with city folk.
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