A nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory
The people of a nation
A style of country music that is influenced by alternative rock
(Frequently with the) a vast, sparsely populated expanse of open land.
The fresh air of rural areas.
A small country house.
A dog bred for use in the country.
A ham that is dry-cured with salt before smoking
A pie of a type made in country areas.
In a country rather than operating from outside but in relation to it
Low-lying land; a region whose level is lower than that of the surrounding country.
The native country of a person who has gone to live abroad
Belonging or relating to another country; coming from another country.
Land consisting of large tracts of red earth or sand, especially in Australia.
Name for areas, chiefly in southeastern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio, that are inhabited by the Amish
A district of the English Midlands with much heavy industry
A region of southern Louisiana that is inhabited largely by Cajuns, who are descendants of 18th-century exiles from Acadia, now Nova Scotia
Areas where the main business is small-scale farming
A simple form of blues in which the singer is accompanied by an acoustic guitar
Born in a particular country; native.
A club with sporting and social facilities, set in a suburban area
A traditional type of social English dance, in particular one performed by couples facing each other in long lines
A fair taking place in a rural area; now especially (chiefly US) an agricultural fair.
Food from wild animals and plants, especially in remote northern regions
(Of an item of food) covered in batter, flour, or breadcrumbs and fried
A large house in the country, typically the home of a wealthy or aristocratic family
An unsophisticated person from the country.
An unsophisticated countrywoman.
Rural life, especially as distinct from that of the town or city. Also: the lifestyle or pursuits (such as riding, hunting, fishing, etc.) regarded as typical of landed gentry. Also as a count noun: a life spent in the country.
Such as may be found in the country; rural.
One who loves the countryside and rural life.
A mark, especially a scar or pattern of scars resulting from shallow incisions, made as part of a traditional ritual or cosmetic practice among some African peoples, and sometimes used to identify a person's country of birth or tribal origin.
A very long way
A mouse which lives in the countryside (originally as a character in fables).
A form of popular music originating in the rural southern US. It is traditionally a mixture of ballads and dance tunes played characteristically on fiddle, guitar, steel guitar, drums, and keyboard
A banknote issued by a local bank, as distinguished from the Bank of England.
An area of countryside set aside for public recreation; specifically (in the United Kingdom) one of a number of such areas, often situated close to urban developments, created under the provision of the Countryside Act 1968 (frequently in the name of particular parks).
A political party supporting agricultural rather than manufacturing interests
(Of a person) having the simple manner of a person from the country; unpretentious, straightforward, unsophisticated.
A minor road leading through a rural area.
The rock that encloses a mineral deposit, igneous intrusion, or other feature
A type of popular music that is a blend of rock and country music
A large country house and estate belonging to an aristocratic family
A store in a small town or rural area that sells a wide variety of goods; a general store
In a style associated with rustic or rural living.
Sugar made from any of various locally available sources.
The talk or gossip of a rural area.
A small town which forms the centre of a rural district, and serves only the immediate area, as distinguished from a seaport, manufacturing town, etc.
Across fields or countryside, as opposed to on roads or tracks