Definition of verdant:
country, rural, untaught, uncouth, verdurous, countrified, bucolic, plain, unsophisticated, agricultural, flourishing, inelegant, rude, hoidenish, awkward, rustic, clownish, unpolished, pastoral, coarse, outlandish, fruitful, boorish, artless, sylvan.
Begging the reader's pardon for introducing this dry detail of names and dates, it may be further noted, that in glancing over the dreary wastes which stretch between the elevation of North and the downfall of Wellington, but few verdant spots rise to relieve the reformer's eye.- "Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland", Henry B. Stanton.
The ground was rich and verdant, and, even at that early season of the year, blooming with wild flowers of every hue, but wholly uncultivated, the olive- trees having all been cut down by the Turks, and without a single habitation on the whole route.- "Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, Vol. I (of 2)", John Lloyd Stephens.
The view of the country has not much to recommend it to notice but its extent and cultivation: yet as the eye always delights to dwell on verdant plains, especially when we are resident in a great city, these shady walks should be reckoned amongst the advantages procured by the Government for the inhabitants.- "Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark", Mary Wollstonecraft.