hickish

hickish

(ˈhɪkɪʃ)
adj
like a hick
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Andre T, Boni C, Mounedji-Boudiaf L, Navarro M, Tabernero J, Hickish T, et al.
In "The Devil is a Busy Man" an unidentified narrator with hickish diction recalls a boyhood memory of how difficult a time his "Daddy" had giving away items he found in the machine shed or the cellar, "shit like a couch or a freezer or an old tiller" (70).
Business owner Stephanie Hickish said break in had left "a bad taste in her mouth".
Cunningham D, Pyrhonen S, James RD, Punt CJ, Hickish TF, Heikkila R, Johannesen TB, Starkhammar H, Topham CA, Awad L, Jacques C, Herait P.
Oncologist, Dr Tamas Hickish, is heading the trial, which is being simultaneously launched in a number of western and eastern European countries.
AVITAL cog in the wheel at St Kentigern Hospice is its full-time Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Dinah Hickish.
Smith IE, O'Brien ME, Talbot DC, Nicolson MC, Mansi JL, Hickish TF, et al.
Mum Natalie Hickish, 26, planned the surprise day after Paige's miraculous recovery meant she could go home in Portchester, Hants.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Rick of Hubbard, and Mick of Eugene; two daughters, Susan Garlock and Debra Jaros, both of Eugene; two brothers, Larry of Medford, and Clifford of Hilo, Hawaii; two sisters, Irene Hickish of Port Ludlow, Wash.
is a town of easily managed, politically hickish hacks.