What is another word for tyrolean?

Pronunciation: [tˌa͡ɪɹə͡ʊlˈi͡ən] (IPA)

Tyrolean, a word with origin from the region of Tyrol in Austria, denotes traditional Alpine culture and fashion. There are several synonyms for this word that reflect similar descriptions such as "Alpine," "Bavarian," "mountainous," and "Alpen-inspired." The term "Alpine" is perhaps the most commonly used of these synonyms, as it can present a broader picture of the mountainous regions of Europe beyond Tyrol. "Bavarian," on the other hand, has a more specific association with Germany's Bavaria region, while "Alpen-inspired" is a term that can describe products or ideas that take inspiration from the Alps. Ultimately, these synonyms all reflect the same cultural and fashion characteristics associated with Tyrol.

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Usage examples for Tyrolean

But Italy showed the public that the "military experts" didn't know what they were talking about, for in little more than a month after the Italian guns had ceased to growl amid the tyrolean peaks and passes, they were raining a storm of steel upon the Austrian positions on the Carso.
"Italy at War and the Allies in the West"
E. Alexander Powell
"The instrument on which he played Was in Cremona's workshops made, By a great master of the past, Ere yet was lost the art divine; Fashioned of maple and of pine, That in tyrolean forests vast Had rooked and wrestled with the blast.
"Great Violinists And Pianists"
George T. Ferris
On each side of the wide entrance is a bill-board, announcing that some world-renowned tyrolean warbler, famous acrobat, or marvelous juggler will sing or tumble or bewilder, the price of admission remaining the same, despite the enormous sum paid for the appearance of the performer.
"A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others"
F. Hopkinson Smith

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