clodhopper


clod·hop·per

noun \ˈkläd-ˌhä-pər\

: a person from the country who is clumsy or who has bad manners

: a large heavy shoe or boot

Full Definition of CLODHOPPER

1
:  a clumsy and uncouth rustic
2
:  a large heavy work shoe or boot

Examples of CLODHOPPER

  1. <a stereotypical depiction of clodhoppers visiting the city for the first time>
  2. <I do not want that clodhopper handling my rare antiques!>

First Known Use of CLODHOPPER

1709

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