bumpkin

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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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Might the bumpkins be misspelling words like Beaufort Hunt?
JOHN ROBERTSON reckons Scottish football fans regard Inverness Caley and Ross County as nothing more than country bumpkins.
I recall that there was afterwards much criticism, especially in the English press, of the "impertinence, if not lse-majest, of these bardic bumpkins who had had the effrontery to translate OUR national anthem into Welsh.
But I found this collection (pictured right) at Country Bumpkins Gifts (www.
In other words, even Tokyo's best are bumpkins by comparison.
We can imagine them: bumpkins who traveled from Galilee taking time for a good tourist look at the enormous temple standing glorious in its majesty.
Meanwhile, the GOP has prospered, but the result has been a tyranny of born-again bumpkins in the hinterlands.
And, thanks to its association with park bench drunks and West Country bumpkins, it could be argued that it was an apt description.
Now I won't lose any sleep over it - in fact I love to see them fall flat on their face every year because these urban snobs think they are superior to us country bumpkins.
He said: ``They thought we were just country bumpkins with our berets and a baguette in the pocket.
Umm, from now on it will officially be Fuzzy Bumpkins
Now with this article they will confirm their belief that all gun owners and shooters are uneducated, knuckle-dragging, country bumpkins without the good sense God gave a cow.
I never believed that I would see the day when a church publication would refer to the traditional understanding of Christianity as "Stepford Wives-style homogeneity," or suggest that those who advocate and invite adherence to traditional Christian theology are no more than bumpkins trying to create a "bubble" around themselves in a secular world.
When people think of the Young Farmers' Eisteddfod they have this notion of country bumpkins in green wellies stepping out of their Land Rovers and straight onto the stage,' she says.
Just think how frightening it would be if we country bumpkins in the North East voted Yes and had to start running our own affairs rather than relying on all those clever people in London.