Reminiscent or characteristic of the country, especially in being unsophisticated: a countrified cottage garden her tweeds were far too countrified
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- My grandfather on my mother's side was that way, albeit in a more countryfied version.
- When I first came down here, I was shocked by the anger it caused in countrified folk.
- It was very countrified and low key and I saw an opportunity to push it further.
rural, rustic, pastoral, bucolic, country;
literary Arcadian, sylvan, georgic
Mid 17th century: past participle of countrify 'make rural'.
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