Another word for rural
rural bucolic rustic pastoralSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives all mean of or typical of the country as distinguished from the city. Rural applies to sparsely settled or agricultural country: “I do love quiet, rural England” (George Meredith). Bucolic is often used pejoratively or facetiously of country people or their manners: “The keenest of bucolic minds felt a whispering awe at the sight of the gentry” (George Eliot). Rustic frequently suggests a lack of sophistication or elegance, but it may also connote artless and pleasing simplicity: “some rustic phrases which I had learned at the farmer's house” (Jonathan Swift). The hiker slept in a charming, rustic cottage. Pastoral, which evokes the image of shepherds, sheep, and verdant countryside, suggests serenity: The train passed through pastoral landscapes.
Another word for ruraladjective
Of or relating to the countryside:arcadian, bucolic, campestral, country, pastoral, provincial, rustic. (Informal) hick. See urban