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rustic
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
characteristic of rural life; simple without refined touches
  • "Maycomb County Ad Astra Per Aspera." ... "That means," said Mrs. Merriweather, translating for the rustic elements, "from the mud to the stars."
    p. 345.7
rustic = characteristic of a simple life without refined touches (such as knowing Latin)
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