All Adjective Noun
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  • There are many typical rustic houses where one can stay for night.
  • For this reason, the town has kept much of its rustic architecture.
  • Others say that he "raised the see of York from its former rustic state".
  • Rustic roads have lower speed limits than those on other highway systems.
  • The architecture of the city around which the game takes place is rustic European in style.
  • For many years, the two brothers enjoyed a rustic life of peace and happiness.
  • Each of these room has a unique style filled with rustic charm.
  • The rustic capitals, more practical than the square forms, soon came into general use.
  • The school's rustic foundation remains to mark its location.
  • We must learn to love London again, as rustics love it. Cited from Alarms and Discursions, by G. K. Chesterton
  • He is best known for his rustic still life paintings.
  • The results are somewhat rustic, but unique and one of a kind.
  • But he was the voice of reason and rustic common sense so he was far from stupid.
  • The hotel has been very popular ever since for its rustic charm and beautiful scenery.
  • A number of rustics stood about the platform, giving it a somewhat crowded air. Cited from T. Tembarom, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • The rustics who cultivate them, or rather look after them, are neither exactly town nor country. Cited from Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour, by R. S. Surtees
  • I admit that I do not know much about rustics, except from novels. Cited from Seven Men, by Max Beerbohm
  • This historic site is one of two remaining four rustic-style lookouts in the state.
  • His rustic paintings showed the true lives of the ordinary people.
  • A little group of rustics stood open-mouthed around the great car. Cited from Peter Ruff and the Double Four, by Oppenheim
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Meaning of rustic

  • noun An unsophisticated country person