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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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Correct spelling:
rustic
Definition:
Risk of Unsaturated/Saturated Transport and Transformation of Chemical Concentrations

Synonyms:

adjective
agricultural
agronomic, agrarian, horticultural, floricultural, forest, Aggie, Arboricultural, cultivated, pastoral, agricultural, agronomical, farm, rural.
country, rural
austere, agricultural, Outland, bucolic, unsophisticated, agrarian, unaffected, homey, countrified, natural, sylvan, pastoral, homely, provincial, plain, arcadian, unrefined, simple, picturesque, unpolished, primitive, honest, verdant, artless, homespun.
crude, uncouth
clownish, loutish, ungainly, boorish, uneducated, foolish, churlish, unmannerly, rude, uncultured, dull, maladroit, ignorant, rough, graceless, Clodhopping, stupid, inelegant, awkward, coarse.
discourteous
flipper, smart alecky, flip, Inaffable, Ungenteel.
secluded
isolated.
simple
open and shut, unblended, inelaborate, uncomplicated, unornamented, uncompounded, pure and simple, unfussy, unelaborate, unmixed, not complex, unalloyed, undecorated, uncombined.
sylvan
forestlike, wooded.
unprocessed
unprocessed.
woodsy
sylvan.
adjective, adverb
outdoor
yarder, hilltop.
adverb
outdoor
out of doors, in the open, nature-loving, alfresco, out-of-doors, out of the house.
noun
boorish
dull, lubberly, ignorant, ungainly, refined, lumpish, loutish, rough, cultured.
churl
tightwad, provincials, Mucker, niggard, muckers, niggards.
hayseed
Country cousin, hillbilly.
hick
redneck.
lummox
clodhopper.
peasant
farmhand, villein, farmhands, croppers, cropper, planter, planters, sharecropper, villeins, serf.
person
rustic.
person from the country, with little experience
hayseed, boor, redneck, mountaineer, peasant, countryperson, backwoodsperson, hick, rural, farmer, Country cousin, hillbilly, yokel.
redneck
farmers, local yokel, good old boy, cornfed, rurals.
rustic
bumpkinly, unsophisticated, countrified, agrestic, provincial, rural, bucolic, pastoral, hick, countryfied, arcadian.
Examples of usage:
  1. The sturdily built log house was a real home, no tar- paper shack- rustic, we would call it now- with four rooms and a porch. – Land of the Burnt Thigh by Edith Eudora Kohl
  2. It is evident that, in a country where no man can be compelled to become a soldier, the ranks of an army cannot be filled if the government offers much less than the wages of common rustic labour. – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  3. When an artist came to paint my portrait amid such rustic surroundings, the bird only eyed her a little suspiciously at first, and then went forward with her own affairs. – The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers by John Burroughs
  4. It is easy to trace these usages to their source, provincial habits and rustic manners; but towns with three hundred thousand inhabitants ought to be free from both. – Recollections of Europe by J. Fenimore Cooper
  5. There's a jolly little rustic bridge where you can gather the crowd for a group picture. – Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party by C. E. Jacobs Edyth Ellerbeck Read

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