In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They have this idea that it's Utopia, but the lifestyle is in no way idyllic.
- The backdrop of the mountains lends to the idyllic setting of Killoughternane.
- Some say a horrible monster cast its ominous shadow over the peaceful and idyllic valley.
- City dwellers are flocking to South Lakeland to snap up farms as they try to buy into an idyllic rural life.
- She and her family move to a bizarre Utopia - the idyllic suburban town of Stepford.
- Last year, for instance, my boyfriend and I spent an idyllic 10 days in Marrakesh.
- Even the most amateur of photographers can snap perfect shots in this idyllic place.
- A more idyllic setting you could not imagine, and classical and church music added drama to the proceedings.
- It's just an idyllic setting that makes me happy to live in the neighborhood that I live in!
- It will be an idyllic way, in between selected public appearances, to see out his remaining 50 years.
- Residents from the idyllic small town of Greencastle have vowed to fight the ferry every step of the way.
- A woman is searching for the descendants of a Haworth family who made her life idyllic as an evacuee in the Second World War.
- An idyllic spot of woodland might hove into view, but tantalisingly only as a remote island in an ocean of ploughed fields.
- After long travelling, foul weather and false starts, the picture before us is not nearly so idyllic or clear cut.
- Funday Sunday was the bucolic and idyllic climax of the Kells heritage festival.
- Here we are in an idyllic alpine valley in that part of Bavaria that can broadly be described as Mittenwald.
- The idyllic setting is made more perfect still when, on our first night, a full moon lights up the night sky.
- Franklin promised never to drink again and, after an idyllic summer, they moved into a rented house together.
- The unhappiness of others somehow besmirches their own idyllic picture.
- Thousands of people have spent idyllic holidays in the areas stricken by the tidal wave following the earthquake.
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