boondocks boondocks  /ˈbun ˌdɑks/


  • (n) a remote and undeveloped area



  1. They gather in chess clubs, if they are seasoned aficionados, or in front of the TV in the corner bar, or around a transistor radio if they are out in the boondocks.
  2. With Wessin y Wessin's backing, Reid pushed some officers into plush retirement, shipped others to overseas posts or out to the boondocks.


  1. Jo Dee Messina the latest country show coming to Springfield

    Jo Dee Messina, who has had six No. 1 hits on the Billboard country singles chart, performs Aug. 23 at Boondocks, 2909 N. Dirksen Parkway.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The State Journal-Register

  2. Police wives host blood drive

    KAYSVILLE, Utah — Law enforcement officers, their families and others donated blood Monday at the Boondocks Fun Center in Kaysville....
    on June 11, 2013     Source: FOX 13 Utah


  1. "Anyone who is familiar with the comic strip knows that The Boondocks is anything but soft," says actress Regina King, the voice of Huey and Riley. "Aaron McGruder is not scared of taking on anybody."
    on Oct 31, 2005 By: Regina King Source: USA Today

  2. "So much happens between seasons that we can't comment on because the production schedule of the show is so long," explains McGruder in a press release. "These online sketches are a lot like The Boondocks comic strip in that it allows me to...
    on Nov 28, 2008 By: Aaron McGruder Source: HipHopDX

  3. "You're not in the boondocks, but you need to have some vision of what it's going to look like down the road," said Dick Williams, the Reds director of baseball business operations. "Right now, our immediate surroundings are pretty bare."
    on Sep 14, 2008 By: Dick Williams Source: Cincinnati Reds

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