Etymology
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idyllic (adj.)

"full of natural, simple charm," 1831, literally "suitable for an idyll" from French idyllique or else from idyll + -ic. In late 18c. it meant "pertaining to an idyll."

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Definitions of idyllic

idyllic (adj.)
excellent and delightful in all respects;
an idyllic spot for a picnic
idyllic (adj.)
suggestive of an idyll; charmingly simple and serene;
his idyllic life in Tahiti
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