backwoodsman

noun
back·woods·man | \ ˌbak-ˈwu̇dz-mən , ˈbak-ˌwu̇dz- \

Definition of backwoodsman 

: a person who lives in or is a native of the backwoods

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In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, charlotteobserver, "Why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 26 June 2017 In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, charlotteobserver, "Why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 26 June 2017 In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, charlotteobserver, "Why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 26 June 2017 In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, charlotteobserver, "Why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 26 June 2017 In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, charlotteobserver, "Why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 26 June 2017 Tepi was an accomplished hunter and tracker and a superb backwoodsman. National Geographic, "Renowned Shaman's Death by Snakebite Exposes Health Care Crisis in Amazon," 17 Mar. 2017 In the formal dining room, the couple entertained both dignitaries and Tennessee backwoodsmen, without regard for their station, and in a placid location behind the garden are their graves. Patti Nickell, chicagotribune.com, "Here's why travelers are calling Nashville the new Austin," 12 June 2017

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1774, in the meaning defined above

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backwoodsman

noun

English Language Learners Definition of backwoodsman

: a man who lives in the backwoods

: a male member of the House of Lords who rarely attends it and who typically lives in a rural area far from London

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