bumpkin[ buhmp-kin ]SEE DEFINITION OF bumpkin
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“It have been a mighty long time about, surely,” said Mr. Bumpkin.
Ah, quite so, quite so; so I should have supposed from what I know of you, Mr. Bumpkin.
Now Mr. Bumpkin, as the reader knows, was not alone in his expedition.
That thee be a fool,” said Mr. Bumpkin, angrily; “thee be a silly-brained—.
“Thee beest too old, thee meanest,” said Mrs. Bumpkin, laughing.
Is there any truth in the statement that this Bumpkin beats his wife?
Mr. Bumpkin certainly would have been a sharp man if he could.
He had no sooner resolved to see Bumpkin than to Bumpkin he went.
Well then, Mr. Bumpkin, there is first a history of your life.
“What was the age of this pig, Mr. Bumpkin,” enquired the Judge.