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Spell check of pastoral

Correct spelling: pastoral

Synonyms:
rude, rustic, unpolished, Papal, campestral, reverend, untaught, orderly, hoidenish, untroubled, Evangelical, uncouth, poetic, idyll, resting, plain, ministerial, agricultural, urban, clerkly, pastorale, boorish, lyric, artless, idyl, sylvan, epic, coarse, simple, peaceful, serene, inelegant, country, placid, pacific, horticultural, provincial, idyllic, heroic, tranquil, ecclesiastic, bucolic, agrarian, hick, agronomic, quiet, neutral, halcyon, arcadian, unsophisticated, quiescent, farm, awkward, clownish, reposeful, clerical, pleasant, countrified, rural, outlandish, friendly, forest, priestly, sacerdotal, verdant, eclogue, calm, cultivated.

Antonyms:
lay, urbanized, polished, polite, municipal, temporal, metropolitan, accomplished, urban, cultured, nonagricultural, citified, secular, well-bred, nonfarm, urbane, metro, elegant, refined.

Examples of usage:

1) It was with a start, therefore, that people began to realize, soon after the turn of the century, that rural population was in fact decreasing, and that farm life fell short of the rosy dream of pastoral independence so cherished by Americans. - "Frying Pan Farm", Elizabeth Brown Pryor.

2) One method of translation is employed in producing an English version of Pope Gregory's Pastoral Care. - "Early Theories of Translation", Flora Ross Amos.

3) The old pastoral had become hopelessly absurd because Thyrsis and Lycidas have become extravagant and 'unnatural. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century", Leslie Stephen.

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