Definition of boondocks
1 US, informal : a remote, thinly settled rural area : sticks Upper Michigan seems both exotic and entirely American, a boondocks with its own special flavor.— Frank Conroy — usually used with the living out in the boondocksIn show business, this trio would have bombed in the boondocks, far from the Broadway lights.— James Baldwin
2 US, informal, chiefly in military use : rough country filled with dense brush —usually used with the The drill is to swim in undetected, get into the boondocks, change to camouflage, and move out for some kind of simulated strike on the base.— Richard Hill
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