Rustic definitions

rŭs'tĭk
Of, relating to, or typical of country life or country people.
adjective
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Made of unfinished or roughly finished wood.

Rustic furniture.

adjective
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1
Of or living in the country, as distinguished from cities or towns; rural.
adjective
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1
Having a rough or textured appearance; rusticated. Used of masonry.
adjective
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1
Lacking refinement, elegance, polish, or sophistication.
  • Simple, plain, or artless.
  • Rough, awkward, uncouth, or boorish.
adjective
44
0
A rural person.
noun
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1
Made of rough, bark-covered branches or roots.

Rustic furniture.

adjective
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1
A person regarded as unsophisticated, guileless, or coarse from having been raised in the country.
noun
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1
Having a rough surface or irregular, deeply sunk, deliberately conspicuous joints; rusticated.
adjective
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0
A country person, esp. one regarded as unsophisticated, simple, awkward, uncouth, etc.
noun
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The definition of rustic is something simple and plain, and are often associated with the country.

A simple, well-built log cabin is an example of something that would be described as rustic.

adjective
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Country-styled or pastoral; rural.
adjective
2
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Unfinished or roughly finished.

Rustic manners.

adjective
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0

Rustic country where the sheep and cattle roamed freely.

adjective
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adjective
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A (sometimes unsophisticated) person from a rural area.
noun
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Origin of rustic

Middle English rustik from Old French rustique from Latin rūsticus from rūs country reuə- in Indo-European roots