Origin of rustic
Examples from the Web for rustic
He juices with vegetables, romances on Tinder, and shops for rustic furniture built with reclaimed materials.
With a beautiful location and rustic charm, a weekend in Stowe, Vermont can cure any life woes…especially during the fall.A Healthy Dose of Vermont: Soaking Up Fall in the Mountains of Stowe|William O’Connor|November 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Inside, the rustic dinner tables were adorned with colorful tulips.CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards Honor the Next Big Designers|Robin Givhan|November 15, 2011|DAILY BEAST
It was such a cool, quaint, and rustic spot, home to many of my most memorable meals.
Ariane was born and raised in a two-star Michelin kitchen in Gascony, a rustic corner in Southwest France.
So he had taken the morning off from his own business, to lay the foundation for the rustic stairway.Eve to the Rescue|Ethel Hueston
Perhaps again the rebuff he received was in consequence of his rustic appearance.From Canal Boy to President|Horatio Alger, Jr.
He is the rustic painter for the people; his scenes are familiar to every eye, and his name is on every lip.
The latter awoke, rubbed his one good eye, and began to scold the rustic with great ill-humor.The Social Cancer|Jos Rizal
Before he could emerge from the water, the future dandy author of Pelham had to borrow a suit of corduroys from a rustic.
British Dictionary definitions for rustic
Word Origin for rustic
Word Origin and History for rustic
mid-15c., from Latin rusticus "of the country, rural; country-like, plain, simple, rough, coarse, awkward," from rus (genitive ruris) "open land, country" (see rural). Noun meaning "a country person, peasant" is from 1550s (also in classical Latin). Related: Rustical (early 15c.).