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Judges described her as a country bumpkin when she blew the audience away with her rendition of Queen's Somebody To Love.
Charlotte Church has ambitions to be a country bumpkin.
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.
Jaa's Ting is a country bumpkin who goes to big, bad Bangkok to retrieve the stolen head of his village's Buddha.
SHE may be a top Hollywood actress, but Gwyneth Paltrow looked more like a country bumpkin than a sexy film star when she enjoyed a day out.
I think there still is a country bumpkin kind of feel about the place.
He also might consider dressing like a chief executive and not a country bumpkin.
There was an innocence to ``Hee Haw,'' a gee-whiz look at the world from the point of view of a country bumpkin - who proved not to be so dumb, after all.