One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘We are in Shaftesbury, the Dorset town bucolically engirdled by the Vale of Blackmore.’
- ‘The Shenandoah flows bucolically through the rich farmland, forested hillsides, limestone cliffs, and sandy islands of Virginia.’
- ‘The agenda is distinctly and bucolically British, with Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Michael Head and Eric Coates lined up.’
- ‘While some grizzlies do nothing but hunt during calving time, most continue to graze bucolically on grass and wildflowers.’
- ‘During 1922 the Lake Erie & Western and the Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad (bucolically known as the Clover Leaf Route) were acquired by the Nickel Plate Road.’
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