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hayseed

n. a farmer; a rustic character, usually a male. I’m not just some hayseed fresh off the farm.
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We only keep hayseed in the spring," she explained loftily.
Here's a big rube comin' along, hayseed stickin' out all over, hands like hams an' feet like Mississippi gunboats.
Then he was gone, dragged out into the feeble morning, feet scuffing hayseeds and dust and spilled oil.
Their appeal spans the universe of conservatives, from bluebloods in the Hamptons to hayseeds in the Ozarks.
Predictably, the Populists were denounced, feared, and mocked as fanatical hayseeds ignorantly playing with socialist fire.
Since their only competition in the area, the film suggests, are either run by hayseeds out of trailer parks or are MIT-expensive, strictly regimented facilities teaching 4-year-olds the language of Hitler, their business is a success.