Antonyms of ARCADIAN

Examples of usage:

  1. Owen had always been with her before, but there was now a force of habit in the proceeding, and with Arcadian innocence she assumed that a row on the water was, under any circumstances, a natural thing. "Desperate Remedies" by Thomas Hardy
  2. If I had gone back to dinner dragging a mangled body along the wood road, or carrying the piteous burden in a wagon, how could that sunlit beech wood ever again be so sylvan sweet and Arcadian? "From the Easy Chair, series 3" by George William Curtis
  3. The young girl hesitated a moment; then filled and offered to him the Arcadian cup. "John Halifax, Gentleman" by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
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