American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Popular music based on the folk style of the southern rural United States or on the music of cowboys in the American West. Also called country and western.
- n. music A style of popular music that originated in the folk music of the rural population of the southern and western United States. Characterized by twangy guitars, fiddles, banjos and simple melodies.
- n. a simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States; usually played on stringed instruments
“According to Nancy, the night guard at Bio-Med’s main gate loved country music and listened to it constantly while in his kiosk.”
“Randy Skaggs and his wife sang some country music and were followed by Marilyn McCoo, a glorious black singer who is a joy to behold and hear, and that darling Frederica Von Stade, the opera singer with the voice of an angel.”
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