bumpkin


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  • noun

Synonyms for bumpkin

Synonyms for bumpkin

a clumsy, unsophisticated person

Synonyms for bumpkin

a person who is not very intelligent or interested in culture

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com with their Bumpkin Radio Show going Years Strong now since 2008 worldwide.
I was obviously some country bumpkin astounded by public transport.
19 ( ANI ): The Duchess of Cambridge took another big step on her road to recovery from severe morning sickness, as she joined her hubby Prince William and 27 members of their household staff for a Christmas lunch at the Bumpkin restaurant in Notting Hill.
Except cretinous country bumpkin Laura who clashes with her fellow females and sobs: "Girls never like me.
Bholu is a country bumpkin who eats dal- roti , wears ordinary clothes and speaks in Hindi and rural dialects.
Meanwhile, bookies make the gender of the eventual winner a choice affair after country bumpkin Josie became the new favourite to win the show with some firms, with Corin also available at 7-2.
Today, Sara, who runs Tatty Bumpkin family yoga classes, will be holding a party for Jack while also trying to celebrate her husband's birthday.
The foreign accents are universally terrible, especially the French-cum-Welsh effort of John Marquez as the country bumpkin who stumbles into his cousin's tangled love life.
Quite why she needs to get married in a Yorkshire village church when she is clearly from Newcastle and is marrying no country bumpkin is beyond me.
EARL ANTICS: A short film suggesting how the life of lovable bumpkin Earl (Jason Lee) could have drastically changed will be among the bonuses on the DVD release of the first season of ``My Name Is Earl.
No one fits the latter category better than Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, who arrived at West Point as a country bumpkin much scorned by his more sophisticated classmates.
In Rodney Graham's projection City Self Country Self, 2000, the artist as country bumpkin is unceremoniously welcomed to the city by a kick in the pants from his urban-dandy doppelganger.
A young bumpkin (Frederick Weller) comes to New York in the swingin' '60s and falls for a proud Latino drag queen (Guillermo Diaz).
The fifth paragraph should have read: "A country doctor risk manager is no fumbling bumpkin.
John Shinners and William Dohar have searched the English evidence for medieval pastors and pastoral care with a concern to do away with the popular conception of the parish priest as a barely literate bumpkin more commonly found in the alehouse than church and more concerned about his glebe than about his spiritual duties.