clodhopper[ klod-hop-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clodhopper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLODHOPPER
She did not like to think Father a clodhopper; and I am sure he is not.
What if she should think me a clown and a clodhopper, as Tom Tracy does?
The clodhopper had got her, and I had been only toiling in his service!
You think you are the man of talent and I am the clodhopper.
His clodhopper of a father sold firewood to the sweet mother of me!
You assert your right to marry who you will—clodhopper or landowner.
But the British officers were scornful of their clodhopper besiegers.
In the country this vice of the clodhopper is far from infrequent.
A clodhopper might knock a mast out of a vessel, but a sailor must replace it.
Evidently he had no fear of being-called a "clodhopper" or a "hayseed!"