idyllic

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adjective idyl·lic \ī-ˈdi-lik, chiefly British i-\

Definition of idyllic

  1. 1 :  pleasing or picturesque in natural simplicity

  2. 2 :  of, relating to, or being an idyll

idyllically

play \ī-ˈdi-li-k(ə-)lē, chiefly British i-\ adverb

Examples of idyllic in a sentence

  1. He had an idyllic childhood.

  2. an idyllic retreat in the countryside

1856

First Known Use of idyllic

1856


IDYLLIC Defined for English Language Learners

idyllic

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adjective idyl·lic \ī-ˈdi-lik, chiefly British i-\

Definition of idyllic for English Language Learners

  • : very peaceful, happy, and enjoyable



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