Examples of idyllic in a Sentence
He had an idyllic childhood.
an idyllic retreat in the countryside
Recent Examples of idyllic from the Web
Somewhere idyllic and somewhat undiscovered, shaded with palms.
Akin to Facebook, the early days of Twitter and Instagram were defined by moments of community and what felt like idyllic uplift.
The damage from tens of millions of tourists flooding Southeast Asia’s once-idyllic islands is forcing shutdowns of some of the world’s most popular paradise beaches.
Applications have been flooding in for 'the best job in Britain' that comes with free accommodation - on an idyllic British island.
But with an influx of tourists that began in the 1980s the island has struggled to maintain its idyllic allure.
But by framing itself as another milquetoast social app designed for flaunting idyllic vacations and family reunions, the ad completely ignores what makes Snapchat appealing in the first place.
But while his perch may look idyllic, his job is not.
In fact, his childhood was so idyllic that prepping for Ready Player One might have required some serious stretching.
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IDYLLIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of idyllic for English Language Learners
: very peaceful, happy, and enjoyable
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