Boscaresque

Boscaresque [BOSK-uh-RESK]

(adj.)

- Adorned with thickets or groves; sylvan.

- Pleasantly rural or pastoral; picturesque.

From Italian “bosco” (wood) from Latin “boscum” / “boscus” (wood) + French “-esque” (looking like, resembling).

Used in a sentence:

“I really need to sojourn somewhere boscaresque where I can find respite beneath the boughs, supine and repose, listening to the tranquil psithurism.”

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