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Arcady

[ahr-kuh-dee]
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noun Literary.
  1. Arcadia.
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Origin of Arcady

earlier Arcadie < Latin Arcadia < Greek Arkadía
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  • It was an hour in Arcady––just one hour without past or future.

    The Bondwoman

    Marah Ellis Ryan

  • He walks through the vales of Arcady, among pickles and cheeses.

    By the Christmas Fire

    Samuel McChord Crothers

  • They blow an old-time way for me, Across the world to Arcady.

  • "I always fancy myself in Arcady when I am near you," he said tenderly.

  • But, curiously enough, though they were in Arcady, they were also in the Park.

    The Silver Butterfly

    Mrs. Wilson Woodrow