idyllic


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i·dyl·lic

 (ī-dĭl′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an idyll.
2. Tranquil and carefree: an idyllic childhood.
3. Scenic or picturesque: an idyllic town by the sea.

i·dyl′li·cal·ly adv.

idyllic

(ɪˈdɪlɪk; aɪ-)
adj
1. of or relating to an idyll
2. charming; picturesque
iˈdyllically adv

i•dyl•lic

(aɪˈdɪl ɪk)

adj.
1. charmingly simple or rustic.
2. of or characteristic of an idyll.
[1855–60]
i•dyl′li•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.idyllic - excellent and delightful in all respects; "an idyllic spot for a picnic"
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"
2.idyllic - suggestive of an idyll; charmingly simple and serene; "his idyllic life in Tahiti"
pleasant - affording pleasure; being in harmony with your taste or likings; "we had a pleasant evening together"; "a pleasant scene"; "pleasant sensations"

idyllic

adjective heavenly, idealized, ideal, charming, peaceful, pastoral, picturesque, rustic, Utopian, halcyon, out of this world, unspoiled, arcadian an idyllic setting for a summer romance

idyllic

adjective
Charmingly simple and carefree:
Translations
idylický
idyllisk

idyllic

[ɪˈdɪlɪk] ADJidílico

idyllic

[aɪˈdɪlɪk ɪˈdɪlɪk] adjidyllique

idyllic

adj, idyllically
advidyllisch

idyllic

[ɪˈdɪlɪk] adjidilliaco/a
References in classic literature ?
Through the scene between Marguerite and the elder Duval, Lena wept unceasingly, and I sat helpless to prevent the closing of that chapter of idyllic love, dreading the return of the young man whose ineffable happiness was only to be the measure of his fall.
It was easy to believe in the myths of the poets of an idyllic life under those trees, where, free from conventional restrictions, one loved and was loved.
I had a theory that the gravitation of refraction, being subsidiary to atmospheric compensation, the refrangibility of the earth's surface would emphasize this effect in regions where great mountain ranges occur, and possibly so even-handed impact the odic and idyllic forces together, the one upon the other, as to prevent the moon from rising higher than 12,200 feet above sea-level.
Thus I made the rough guess that a young man and his wife, a child, and a mother-in-law were among the inhabitants of this idyllic cottage.
The bourgeoisie, wherever it has got the upper hand, has put an end to all feudal, patriarchal, idyllic relations.
My fellow-creatures, from whom I was thus separated, began to assume idyllic virtue and beauty in my memory.
And how few, how few words," I thought, in passing, "were needed; how little of the idyllic (and affectedly, bookishly, artificially idyllic too) had sufficed to turn a whole human life at once according to my will.
That stalwart rogue Adam was more susceptible than the rector had thought; it was really quite an idyllic love affair; and if it had not been too long to tell in a letter, he would have liked to describe to Arthur the blushing looks and the simple strong words with which the fine honest fellow told his secret.
It is all done out of sheer rectitude--out of a rectitude which is magnified to the point of the younger son believing that he has been RIGHTLY sold, and that it is simply idyllic for the victim to rejoice when he is made over into pledge.
Here and there, however, he became conscious of a shore where there was something to look at, even though conscious at the same time that he had of old lost great opportunities of an idyllic cast in not having managed to be more "thrown with" a certain young lady on the deck of the North German Lloyd.
He had entertained no notion, when doomed as he had thought to an unintellectual bucolic life, that such charms as he beheld in this idyllic creature would be found behind the scenes.
I am at my best in these tender scenes of idyllic domesticity.