A (sometimes unsophisticated) person from a rural area. (noun)
Examples of word rustic
But our ancestors were necessarily limited in their pleasures, and to them Richmond was a God-send, especially to men like Selwyn, or Queensberry, or Walpole, who delighted in social intercourse, and liked to enjoy what they called rustic life with as much comfort as the age provided.
It was a great annoyance to the British officers and soldiers, to be thus hemmed in by what they termed a rustic rout with calico frocks and fowling-pieces.
We donÂ´t mind if lodging is "rustic" and had a lot of fun staying in rustic cabins run by indigenous folks when we visited YaxchilÃ¡n and Bonampak in the Lacandon Forest in Chiapas.
Crushing throngs of people laid out on the beach under umbrellas or sat in rustic wooden chairs from porches overlooking the river while children swam and played on red swings, all provided by the Tribune.
Most of the wineries are family-run affairs where tastings are conducted by appointment in rustic rooms by the owner or a family member.