Definition of Bumpkinish

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bumpkinish

bumpering
bumpers
bumpf
bumph
bumphs
bumpier
bumpiest
bumpily
bumpiness
bumpinesses
bumping
bumpingly
bumpings
bumpity
bumpkin
bumpkinish (current term)
bumpkinly
bumpkins
bumplike
bumpoff
bumps
bumps race
bumps races
bumpsadaisy
bumptious
bumptiously
bumptiousness
bumptiousnesses
bumpy
bumpy bits

Literary usage of Bumpkinish

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1. Appletons' Journal (1877)
"From the stolid bumpkinish Jehu, who was a curiosity indeed to be found within ten miles of London town, he had by golden means, and quite unobserved, ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1833)
"... that queer something they are dancing, and how her tiny feet twinkle as she suffers that bumpkinish fellow to lead her amid that double row of gazers! ..."

3. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1894)
"He says they are so countrified and bumpkinish , ' They are very much better mannered as well as better born than most of the girls Bob admires. ..."

4. By the Ionian Sea: Notes of a Ramble in Southern Italy by George Gissing (1905)
"The common type of face at Cotrone is coarse and bumpkinish ; ruder, it seemed to me, than faces seen at any point of my journey hitherto. ..."

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