hayseed[ hey-seed ]SEE DEFINITION OF hayseed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAYSEED
“Damned if I will––hayseed,” he retorted with a meaning pause and accent.
I allow you to—er—ornament my tree, and 'tain't every hayseed I'd let do that.'
An' no jollyin' nor green money would change that hayseed's mind.
He lives on hayseed,—everywhere he's found, But in the country he does most abound.
Only a word now an' then about a farmer—an' somethin' about hayseed.
They think I'm a hayseed and won't have nothin' to do with me.
We did not care for sight-seeing, and the pastimes of the hayseed mind.
Grass don't grow down, and go where you will, you'll find the hayseed at the top.
There was no hayseed in his brain; there were no flies on his intellect.
Oregon peach-bloom on your cheeks, too; Ill wager you are just in from the farm, you hayseed.