country bumpkin


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country bumpkin

[ˈkʌntrɪˈbʌmpkɪn] n (pej) → burino/a
References in classic literature ?
One might as well inquire of a lodging-house slavey the way to make beds as expect a country bumpkin to know the road to the next village.
Sancho took the word out of his mouth and went on, "Nay, let them come and try their jokes on the country bumpkin, for it's about as likely I'll stand them as that it's now midnight
How he would figure among them in the churchyard, between services on Sundays; gathering grapes for them from the wild vines that overran the surrounding trees; reciting for their amusement all the epitaphs on the tombstones; or sauntering, with a whole bevy of them, along the banks of the adjacent mill-pond; while the more bashful country bumpkins hung sheepishly back, envying his superior elegance and address.
In trying to break out of the twee, country bumpkin bracket they seemed to get lumped into, they've got a little grittier, with hammering drums and moody bass lines in new album opener Snake Eyes.
In trying to break out of the twee, country bumpkin bracket they seemed to get lumped in they've got a little bit grittier, with hammering drums and moody bass lines aplenty in new album opener Snake Eyes.
Judges described her as a country bumpkin when she blew the audience away with her rendition of Queen's Somebody To Love.
The combustible country bumpkin and closet rock 'n' roller ignited the stage with the high-octane "Kerosene'' (the title track from her 2005 debut).
For whereas Freeman's voice had a kind of country bumpkin twang, Simm (who is playing a former Los Angeles cop) isn't having to overegg things.
Country bumpkin Denise (Joanna Vanderham) soon shows a flair for sales in the shop
Except cretinous country bumpkin Laura who clashes with her fellow females and sobs: "Girls never like me.