Picturesque vs Postcardlike - What's the difference?

picturesque | postcardlike |


As adjectives the difference between picturesque and postcardlike

is that picturesque is resembling or worthy of a picture or painting; having the qualities of a picture or painting scenic while postcardlike is resembling a postcard or some aspect of one; picturesque.

picturesque

English

Alternative forms

* picture-skew (humorous)

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Resembling or worthy of a picture or painting; having the qualities of a picture or painting. scenic
  • We looked down onto a beautiful, picturesque sunset over the ocean.
  • * 1900 , , Chapter I,
  • A two minutes' walk brought Warwick--the name he had registered under, and as we shall call him--to the market-house, the central feature of Patesville, from both the commercial and the picturesque points of view.

    Synonyms

    * quaint

    Derived terms

    * picturesquely * picturesqueness

    postcardlike

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Resembling a postcard or some aspect of one; picturesque.