Definition of Hillbillies

1. Noun. (plural of hillbilly) ¹



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Definition of Hillbillies

1. hillbilly [n] - See also: hillbilly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hillbillies

hiliting
hilitings
hilitis
hill
hill-fort
hill-forts
hill-sachs deformity
hill-station
hill climb
hill climbing
hill myna
hill of beans
hill partridge
hill plot
hill station
hillbillies
hillbilly
hillbilly heroin
hillbilly music
hillclimber
hillclimbers
hillclimbing
hillcrest
hillcrests
hillebrandite
hilled
hiller
hillers
hillfolk
hillfort

Literary usage of Hillbillies

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1. Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People: A Report of the Surgeon General by M. Joycelyn Elders (1997)
"RJ Reynolds to drop 'Hillbillies' under cigaret[te] code. Advertising Age 1967c;38(20):2. ADVERTISING AGE. Tobacco marketers disclaim intent to lure kids ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"The exodus of the "hillbillies" from Appalachia to the metropolises of the Northeast and Midwest has been one of the great migrations of the downtrodden, ..."

3. The Bishop of Cottontown: A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills by John Trotwood Moore (1906)
"Do you think I'm fool enuff to tackle that crowd of hillbillies ? They've got the devil in them — fur they've got a devil leadin' 'em — Jud Carpenter. ..."

4. The Windfall by Charles Egbert Craddock, Mary Noailles Murfree (1907)
"We can't do business with this tom-fool street fair gyrating before the door, and we don't want all these hillbillies standing around the counters squirting ..."

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