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hick
Definition:
( informal) rural and uncouth; " hick ideas"

Synonyms:

noun
bumpkin
Clodpoll.
hayseed
hillbilly, Country cousin.
hick
bumpkin, bumpkinly, chawbacon, hayseed, provincial, rube, rural, rustic, unsophisticated, yahoo, yokel.
lummox
clodhopper.
peasant
cropper, farmhand, planter, serf, sharecropper, villein, planters, provincials, villeins, croppers, farmhands.
rube
rube.
rustic
boor, bumpkin, clodhopper, farmer, hayseed, hillbilly, redneck, rube, rural, yokel, Country cousin, cornfed, backwoodsman/woman, country boy/girl, countryman/woman, local yokel.
Examples of usage:
  1. Remember Skid, the young college hick that I helped find his footin' when he first hit the Corrugated? – On With Torchy by Sewell Ford
  2. And here she ups and marries offhand this two- fisted young hick who turns out to be bad inside. – On With Torchy by Sewell Ford
  3. She swings in swaggery, gives Mr. Robert the college hick greetin', and when I'm introduced to her treats me to a grip that I felt the tingle of for half an hour. – Torchy, Private Sec. by Sewell Ford
  4. Hick, to hop on one leg. – Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect by William Barnes
  5. I was going about my business, when a hick cop picked me up because he thought my car was stolen. – Death Points a Finger by Will Levinrew

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