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rusticity (n.)

1530s, "lack of breeding or refinement, awkwardness," from French rusticite (15c.), from Latin rusticitatem (nominative rusticitas) "country life," from rusticus (see rustic (adj.)). By 1630s as "rural life, quality, or character; anything betokening a rustic life or origin."

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Definitions of rusticity

rusticity (n.)
the quality of being rustic or gauche;
Synonyms: gaucherie
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