The Rambagh seems to effortlessly have the sense of a refuge and idyll that luxury hotels the world over try so hard to conjure.
On it I composed an idyll which I cannot read, even now, without feeling tears in my eyes.
She is the idyll of our shanty, and our regard for her approaches to idolatry.
The same principles led up to the idyll in literature and to the Revolution in history.
The refrain of the poem increases its resemblance to the form of a Greek idyll.
How is each separate idyll related to the general development of the story?
She ought to act in an idyll by Theocritus, as he was a Sicilian like herself.
Much of his forest life recently had been in the nature of an idyll, but now the wild man in him was uppermost.
The idyll is, according to the etymology of its name, a "little picture."
One of his most famous poems is the Mosella (idyll X), a description of the river and its fish.
also idyl, c.1600, "picturesque pastoral poem," from Latin idyllium, from Greek eidyllion "short, descriptive poem, usually of rustic or pastoral type," literally "a little picture," diminutive of eidos "form" (see -oid).