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
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In the vast countryside, the pair seem closed in by their aloneness, and their serial misadventures only emphasize their vulnerability.
Whether an anthophilous or floraphile, lovers of flowers no longer have to pack the car and make a three-hour trek to the Brenham countryside to frolic in the state's most brilliant blossom.
The low-key celebration reportedly took place about 55 miles outside of London at the Soho Farmhouse, a member's club and hotel spanning 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside with cabins, cottages, a spa, and steam and sauna islands.
The Tudor manor house sits on 5,000 acres of countryside.
The lush countryside, Bea's charming cottage and McGregor's splendid manor give a modern day fairy-tale aspect to this delightful new chapter for Peter Rabbit.
But all that seems like a world away among the orangeries, olive orchards, and tall cypress trees casting shade on this remote slice of Italian countryside.
Both trends are especially pronounced in the countryside, since young people tend to move to cities to find jobs, romance and good restaurants.
Before that, houses in towns, like those in the countryside, had been full of animals — pigs and poultry as well as dogs and cats — blurring the distinction between companionship and cohabitation.
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Definition of countryside for English Language Learners
: land that is away from big towns and cities
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