- idyll (n.)
- also idyl, c. 1600, "picturesque pastoral poem," from Latin idyllium, from Greek eidyllion "short, descriptive poem, usually of rustic or pastoral type," literally "a little picture," diminutive of eidos "form" (see -oid).
- 1. Though they still talked a lot, Harry felt that their idyll was drawing to an end.
- 2. She finds that the sleepy town she moves to isn'tthe rural idyll she imagined.
- 3. She finds that the sleepy town she moves to isn't the rural idyll she imagined.
- 4. I've composed only one idyll.
- 5. The love affair begins with the traditional boy - meets - girl idyll.
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