charmingly simple or rustic, extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque:
He lived an idyllic life in Tahiti.
Fresh fruit and drinks are served in hammocks tocomplete the experience of idyllic rejuvenation.
Come visit this magnificent offering of idyllic ,richly diverse land.
Paddling is a great family activity, but even slow,idyllic stretches of river can have hazards.
to become confused
- to be mentally confused
The drug-addled teenager walked around and spoke nonsense.
Any idea of attempting to follow this story mighteasily result in one becoming as addle -brained as are some of the characters.
natural or habitual inclinations or tendencies
He had a proclivity to meticulousness
And executives wonder where the government'sproclivity for regulation will end.
I'm pretty sure dogs are born with a proclivity toenjoy riding in the car.
Actually, given the proclivity to oft show yourasininity, the commando style befits you.
By necessity, by proclivity and by delight, weall quote.
His proclivity for gaining weight became a topicof public discussion.
degrading/lowly, servile, servant
1.lowly and sometimes degrading: menial work.
2.servile; submissive: menial attitudes.
3.pertaining to or suitable for domestic servants; humble: menial furnishings.
4.a domestic servant.
5.a servile person.
Menial jobs are available, but without a financialimperative few will take them.
Blacks were limited to menial service jobs witha few working for the post office.
Not so long ago, executives would do meaningfulgreen jobs for menial pay.
He cut off ties with his parents and took a seriesof menial jobs while pursuing his hobby ofcollecting streetcar transfers.
In Japan, apprentices may spend two or threeyears doing menial kitchen tasks, then learningto make sushi rice.
supple, pliant, flexible
the lithe body of a ballerina can bend every which way
Hunter-gatherers may have been so lithe andhealthy because the weak were dead.
These champion sprinters rely on long, muscularlegs to propel their lithe bodies.
These belonged to an epaulette shark, small andlovely and speckled, lithe as an eel as it curledround a coral pillar.