Definition of hick
: an unsophisticated provincial person
hickishplay \ˈhi-kish\ adjective
Examples of hick in a Sentence
We felt like a bunch of hicks when we went to the city for the first time.
city dwellers who looked down on their cousins from northern Maine as hicks
Origin and Etymology of hick
Hick, nickname for Richard
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First Known Use of hick
HICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hick for English Language Learners
: an uneducated person from a small town or the country
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