Pastoral synonyms

păs'tər-əl, pă-stôr'-
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Of or relating to people who live in the country:
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Relating to the cultivation of land; agricultural:
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(--- Biology) Having no divisions or branches; not compound:
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A stanza or similar short subdivision of a song or poem, sometimes specif. as distinguished from the chorus or refrain
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The act or manner of using a card, piece, or ball in a game or sport:
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An episode or series of events or circumstances of pastoral or rural simplicity, fit for an idyll; a carefree or lighthearted experience.
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A literary piece written in verse.
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Of or characteristic of the countryside or its people; rustic.
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Of or connected to country music.
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Of or relating to a church, especially as an organized institution.
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Relating to tillage of the earth, or agriculture.
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Having to do with agriculture or husbandry
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Not guilty of a specific crime or offense; legally blameless:
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Of, suggesting, or suitable for a picture:
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Of or relating to the countryside
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Characteristic of city life.
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The definition of agitated is someone who is very distressed or troubled.
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The definition of busy is being occupied with tasks or being crowded and full of activity.
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The definition of bustling is something full of noise, energy and activity.
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Of, relating to, or growing in uncultivated land or open fields.
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Designating or of a style, esp. of 18th-cent. European furniture, that was characteristic of the provinces and was a simpler and plainer copy of the style characteristic of the capital and cultural centers
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Of or like a hick or hicks
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Not agitated or excited; tranquil
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Rustic, peaceful, and simple; pastoral:
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A dramatic performance or opera, popular in the 1500s and 1600s, that was based on a rural theme or subject.
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Alternative spelling of idyll.
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Find another word for pastoral. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pastoral, like: rural, rustic, agrarian, simple, verse, play, idyll, poem, bucolic, country and ecclesiastical.