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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Definitions for campestral

  1. of or relating to fields or open country.

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Citations for campestral
There was not enough Goya above stairs to satisfy us, but in the Goya room in the basement there are a series of scenes from Spanish life, mostly frolic campestral things, which he did as patterns for tapestries and which came near being enough in their way: the way of that reality which is so far from the reality of Velasquez. William Dean Howells, “Phases of Madrid,” North American Review, Volume CXCVI, 1912
There he parked, and from there it was a short walk only to reach Piazza dell'Anfiteatro, an ovoid marking upon the campestral landscape of the town. Elizabeth George, Just One Evil Act, 2013
Origin of campestral
1730-1740
Campestral derives from the Latin campus meaning "field." It entered English in the early 1700s.