Meaning: a rural person regarded as uneducated and mentally slow (n.) | provincial or rural (adj.)
- Billy Bob's hick relatives are here from their farm in the mountains. They came in their pick-up truck with their dogs and their guns.
- When our car broke down, we were stuck in this hick town in the middle of nowhere for days. It was weird!
Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
Jimmy sounds like a typical hick from
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