Definition of agrestic in English:

agrestic

adjective

literary
  • Relating to the country; rural or rustic.

    • ‘This green “path” draws the eye out and invites one to wander out in the agrestic Sonoma landscape.’
    • ‘The statistics clearly show that both urban and agrestic rate of poverty has fallen significantly in the last decade.’
    • ‘Paul Shambroom's exploration into systems of power has led him to agrestic town council meetings where local officials don jeans and consume Diet Coke.’
    • ‘So he decided to organize the agrestic communities in a peaceful manner.’
    • ‘“I particularly love long, winding roads,” says Rusty, referring to the agrestic simplicity of roads in Spain where they lived for a year, and in Canada.’

Origin

Early 17th century: from Latin agrestis, from ager, agr- field + -ic.

Pronunciation:

agrestic

/əˈɡrɛstɪk/