Bucolically - definition of bucolically by The Free Dictionary
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Of or characteristic of the countryside or its people; rustic. See Synonyms at rural
2. Of or characteristic of shepherds or flocks; pastoral.
1. A pastoral poem.
2. A farmer or shepherd; a rustic.
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With his art school background, love of the traditional countryside (he even started planting his own forest near Dorsington, initially called The Forest of Dennis, now known as the Heart of England Forest) and a fortune made from his magazine company Dennis Publishing, it was no wonder he crafted a home as imaginative as it is bucolically
swank Mandeville Canyon, has returned to the market with a $20 million asking price.
Start your day with morning yoga at the Farm, a bucolically
landscaped pocket of tranquility where the gardener, Liz, grows the flowers, veggies, herbs, and greens that are used onsite.