Beachy sees no irony between his rustic, low-tech boyhood and a career spent developing new types of agricultural technologies.
With some rustic sourdough bread, it made a delicious appetizer for our dinner.
The protection of travelers' shrines and rustic prayers grows weak.
The programmers stayed in stilt-raised cabins and had their general sessions in a large, rustic room with a stone fireplace.
Thus the temptation is strong to supplement these few autobiographies by writing biographies of rustic or peasant characters.
The dining room is a perfect blend of rustic and modern, understated elegant.
To try a dinner for one of braised broccoli rabe on toasted slices of rustic bread, click here.
There is a rustic charm to these photographs, taken in off-hours in fort of circus wagons or company busses.
Use a smoked salt to add a rustic flavor to otherwise fancy dishes.
The roof tiles showed above the supporting beams, and the effect was pleasantly rustic.
British Dictionary definitions for rustic
of, characteristic of, or living in the country; rural
having qualities ascribed to country life or people; simple; unsophisticated rustic pleasures
crude, awkward, or uncouth
made of untrimmed branches a rustic seat
denoting or characteristic of a style of furniture popular in England in the 18th and 19th centuries, in which the legs and feet of chairs, tables, etc, were made to resemble roots, trunks, and branches of trees
(of masonry) having a rusticated finish
a person who comes from or lives in the country
an unsophisticated, simple, or clownish person from the country
Also called rusticwork. brick or stone having a rough finish
rustically, adverb rusticity (rʌˈstɪsɪtɪ) noun
C16: from Old French rustique, from Latin rūsticus, from rūs the country