rusticity


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rus·tic·i·ty

 (rŭ-stĭs′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. rus·tic·i·ties
1. The condition of being rustic.
2. A rustic trait or mannerism.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rusticity - the quality of being rustic or gauche
gracelessness, clumsiness, awkwardness, stiffness - the inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment)
urbanity - the quality or character of life in a city or town; "there is an important difference between rusticity and urbanity"
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rusticity

[rʌsˈtɪsɪtɪ] Nrusticidad f

rusticity

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This glowing description, however, must be lowered or heightened in tone by the association of these characteristics with an undefinable simplicity of mien, a certain slight rusticity of effect.
That being granted he rested him on the floor, unfit through his rusticity for a better place.
Cedric lived to see this union approximate towards its completion; for as the two nations mixed in society and formed intermarriages with each other, the Normans abated their scorn, and the Saxons were refined from their rusticity.
As for fixed abode, he said he had no other than that which chance offered wherever night might overtake him; and his words ended in an outburst of weeping so bitter that we who listened to him must have been very stones had we not joined him in it, comparing what we saw of him the first time with what we saw now; for, as I said, he was a graceful and gracious youth, and in his courteous and polished language showed himself to be of good birth and courtly breeding, and rustics as we were that listened to him, even to our rusticity his gentle bearing sufficed to make it plain.
Tom and Adolph assisted to get him composed for the night, the latter in high spirits, evidently regarding the matter as a good joke, and laughing heartily at the rusticity of Tom's horror, who really was simple enough to lie awake most of the rest of the night, praying for his young master.
The tender and peculiar love with which Silas had reared her in almost inseparable companionship with himself, aided by the seclusion of their dwelling, had preserved her from the lowering influences of the village talk and habits, and had kept her mind in that freshness which is sometimes falsely supposed to be an invariable attribute of rusticity.
These earlier chapters have given an idea of what happened to Bun Hill, and how the flood of novel things had poured over its devoted rusticity.
In his directorial debut, Jonathan Tadioan manages an oftentimes able, occasionally beguiling mix of lofty myth and earthly rusticity, allowing an undercurrent of surprise to shape the otherwise insipid story.
Western Cuisine will feature a lot of rusticity, from wood oven-baked pizzas to wood fired breads and handmade pastas.
has shown a slight global expansion due to its peculiarities as to the rusticity and adaptability to the most diverse climatic conditions, the possibility to destine the production to the market of fresh fruit or to the industrial processing and, in Brazil, exporting fruits in the off-season of producing countries of the Northern Hemisphere (DANELUZ et al.
housed in an old bank; and a few blocks away, there's Pizza Grocery, known for laidback rusticity and serious pies.
Blue lobsters (with their roe), pigeon and goat all find a spot, and in a nod to the Spanish love of earthy rusticity, Socarrat, the caramelised golden layer found at the bottom of paella pans, comes topped with sea cucumbers and king prawns.