Definition of idyllic in English:

idyllic

Syllabification: i·dyl·lic
Pronunciation: /īˈdilik
 
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adjective

(Especially of a time or place) like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque: an attractive hotel in an idyllic setting
More example sentences
  • Some say a horrible monster cast its ominous shadow over the peaceful and idyllic valley.
  • The unhappiness of others somehow besmirches their own idyllic picture.
  • After long travelling, foul weather and false starts, the picture before us is not nearly so idyllic or clear cut.
Synonyms
perfect, wonderful, blissful, halcyon, happy; ideal, idealized; heavenly, paradisal, utopian, Elysian; peaceful, picturesque, bucolic, unspoiled, picture-perfect
literary Arcadian

Derivatives

idyllically

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • The hall, now a hotel, is idyllically located on an island which is accessible only by a narrow, iron footbridge.
  • The initiation week was idyllically fun and adventurous but frustratingly empty, because most of the people I looked up to either left the college or got segregated to different classes.
  • If one were doing a screenplay, it should not (MGM-style) show young Cathy and young Heathcliff idyllically united.

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