noun, plural rus·tic·i·ties.
- rustic joint,
- rustin, bayard,
Origin of rusticity
Examples from the Web for rusticity
Of course he had betrayed his ignorance and rusticity in a hundred little ways.Tom Tufton's Travels|Evelyn Everett-Green
A photograph or any ornamentation whatever upon a card savors of ill-breeding or rusticity.Social Life|Maud C. Cooke
Prince Villari remarked it, and supposed that the fit of rusticity was not yet over.The Rubicon|E. F. Benson
Hence, to be a farmer here implies no social inferiority, no rusticity, no boorishness.The Blue-Grass Region of Kentucky|James Lane Allen
She must not be too plain—that would seem like rusticity: nor too magnificent—that would be ostentation.A Fair Mystery|Bertha M. Clay
1530s, from Middle French rusticite (15c.), from Latin rusticitatem (nominative rusticitas) "country life," from rusticus (see rustic (adj.)).