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  1. Kagore
    IDYLL Meaning: "short, picturesque pastoral poem," from French idylle (16c.) or directly Latin idyllium, from Greek See definitions of idyll.
  2. Brakree
    A short description in verse or prose of a picturesque scene or incident, especially in rustic life. ‘If the first half of the novel is an idyll, the second half shifts to romance.’.
  3. Dodal
    Dec 07,  · idyll (plural idylls) Any poem or short written piece composed in the style of Theocritus ' short pastoral poems, the Idylls. An episode or series of events or circumstances of pastoral or rural simplicity, fit for an idyll; a carefree or lighthearted experience.
  4. Tygonos
    a poem or prose composition, usually describing pastoral scenes or events or any charmingly simple episode, appealing incident, or the like. a simple descriptive or narrative piece in verse or prose. material suitable for such a work. an episode or scene of idyllic charm.
  5. Dazilkree
    Idyll - In the grey summer garden I shall find you In the grey summer garden I shall find you - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets.
  6. Dora
    Jun 08,  · In this contemporary light adaptation of French writer Guy de Maupassant 's tantalising short story entitled "Idylle", the unusual environment of a sweltering railway passenger carriage provides the ideal backdrop for an extraordinary relationship between two perfect strangers/10(1).
  7. Dogar
    1. a poem or prose composition describing pastoral scenes or events or any charmingly simple episode or picturesque scene. 2. material suitable for such a work. 3. a long narrative poem on a major theme: Tennyson's Idylls of the King. 4. an episode or scene of idyllic charm.
  8. Guzil
    idyll (sometimes US), idyl 1. a poem or prose work describing an idealized rural life, pastoral scenes, etc. 2. any simple narrative or descriptive piece in poetry or prose 3. a piece of music with a calm or pastoral character Idyll one of the main literary forms of bucolic poetry. The term “idyll” was first applied in the scholia to the short poems.
  9. Samulabar
    idyll meaning: 1. a very happy, peaceful, and simple situation or period of time, especially in the countryside. Learn more.

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