Definition of countryside
1 : a rural area
2 : the inhabitants of a countryside
Examples of countryside in a Sentence
We took a long drive through the open countryside.
everyone hates to see the countryside ruined by new developments
Recent Examples of countryside from the Web
Bartender Aaron Melendrez crafts cocktails that summon the flavors of the Baja countryside.
In the countryside RPF representatives watch over each unit of ten households.
But the canal is primarily for pleasure craft that glide through stunning countryside.
Worried that crowds would not show up on Thursday — Mr. Trump is less popular in Poland’s liberal capital than in the conservative countryside — the authorities chose a smaller, though still symbolically rich, site.
To that end, Moylan is limiting cycling to a dozen or so mornings of the 16 days to ensure opportunities for enjoying the people and countryside.
The late nineteenth century saw it become increasingly vogue for musicians to look to the rural countrysides for inspiration.
Standout elements like guest-star Angela Bassett, love interest Alessandra Mastronardi, and the sumptuous Italian countryside all help elevate Ansari’s winning star turn to a 2017 showstopper.
Diana is buried on the grounds of Althorp estate, her family's ancestral home in the countryside near Northampton in central England.
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First Known Use of countryside
COUNTRYSIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of countryside for English Language Learners
: land that is away from big towns and cities
COUNTRYSIDE Defined for Kids
Definition of countryside for Students
: a rural area or its people
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