Definition of 'back to nature'
Example sentences containing 'back to nature'
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It is a great way to get back to nature. The Sun (2016)Luckily, we were not there to drink but to get outdoors and back to nature. The Sun (2016)Comporta is more remote and has fewer facilities; holidays here are all about getting back to nature. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hire some bikes and spend all day exploring the winding forest paths, try out archery coaching or get back to nature and climb the new tree house. The Sun (2017)It's a great place for walking, getting back to nature and generally soaking up the scenery but also has a top reputation for food and drink. The Sun (2016)It is very much about getting back to nature. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Get back to nature in Norfolk. The Sun (2014) WANT to get back to nature? The Sun (2011)So, get back to nature this spring - no strings attached. The Sun (2015) Getting back to nature was short-lived, though. Times, Sunday Times (2007)As well as being a place for the family to get back to nature, the wood has strong emotional ties for Taylor. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I like the idea of getting back to nature, oh yes, but spending a whole weekend damp? Times, Sunday Times (2013) GET back to nature. The Sun (2010)
Definition of back to nature from the Collins English Dictionary
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