1 country, pastoral, sylvan, bucolic, rustic, Arcadian, exurban; agricultural, agrarian, Literary georgic:
They always preferred rural life to life in the city. Constable painted mainly rural scenes. He sells farm equipment, strictly a rural business
trick, device, deception, manoeuvre or chiefly US maneuver, dodge, pretence, pretext, subterfuge, stratagem, ploy, hoax, wile, artifice, imposture:
His feigned friendship was only a ruse to get them to reveal their next move.
extremely, overwhelmingly, truly, very
At the end of the 17th century England was still overwhelmingly rural.
| completely | largely, mainly, predominantly | semi-
the ideal of suburban or semi-rural living
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