This post was published on Apr 19, 2022 by

Bucolic Meaning & Synonyms from 601 Words You Need

Bucolic meaning and synonyms from the coursebook 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with antonyms and illustrations for GRE & SAT candidates. This vocabulary items alongside its definition are talking to you with text-to-speech technology.

/bjuˈkɒl.ɪk/ (adj)

Bucolic meaning

of the countryside, rural, agrestic, countified, rustic, pastoral, country, of shepherds or pastoral life


So, if today peasants and pastoralists are more similar than they were once assumed to be (maybe they always were, but frames of enquiry and theoretical conceptualizations from different scholarly traditions created false separations), what do we learn from pastoralism in bucolic scenes in order to recast our understandings of agrarian contexts? And how does an engagement with core themes of agrarian studies in turn inform the analysis of themes repeatedly emerging from a study of pastoral settings? Here I suggest seven themes that cut across the regional literatures on pastoralism discussed earlier and that also resonate with contemporary debates about peasants and agrarian societies.

Source of example:



Parts of speech

Adverb: bucolically

About Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl

Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl is an English and Persian instructor, researcher, inventor, author, blogger, SEO expert, website developer, and the creator of LELB Society. He's got a PhD in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). Study our guest posting guidelines for authors.

Leave a Comment

Glad to see you're commenting. We'll answer your comments or questions immediately. Please note that all comments are reviewed. So, do NOT share links or use unreal names. We won't publish your Email address.

11 − 5 =