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Definition of Bucolically
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Literary usage of Bucolically
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1. The Golden Age by Kenneth Grahame (1900)
"We wondered, as we listened, where Farmer Larkin, who was bucolically bred and reared, had acquired such range and wealth of vocabulary. ..."
2. My Life Out of Prison by Donald Lowrie (1915)
"They were painfully and bucolically new, as were his garments. In reply to a question he stated that the prisoner whom he had been commissioned to bring ..."