agrestic

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From Latin agrestis (rustic, boorish, wild), from ager (a field, a farm)

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agrestic (comparative more agrestic, superlative most agrestic)

  1. Of or pertaining to the fields; rural; unpolished.
    The author's early days were filled with agrestic surroundings.

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