adjective sce·nic \ˈsē-nik also ˈse-\

: having, providing, or relating to a pleasing or beautiful view of natural scenery (such as mountains, hills, valleys, etc.)

Full Definition of SCENIC

:  of or relating to the stage, a stage setting, or stage representation
:  of or relating to natural scenery <a scenic view>
:  representing an action, event, or episode <a scenic bas-relief>
sce·ni·cal·ly \-ni-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Variants of SCENIC

sce·nic also sce·ni·cal \-ni-kəl\

Examples of SCENIC

  1. the scenic beauty of the countryside
  2. Our hotel had a scenic view of the lake.
  3. The country around here is very scenic.

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Rhymes with SCENIC


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