countryfolk countryfolk  /ˈkən tri ˌfoʊk/


  1. (n) people living in the same country; compatriots
  2. (n) people raised in or living in a rural environment; rustics



  1. A Rural Rebellion Britain's countryfolk come to London to defend a way of life from urban assault.
  2. Hardest hit are the rural areas, where countryfolk often have to drive miles to get to church.
  3. Often, especially on Saturdays, when the countryfolk came to town, Cooper wrote little notes for them to carry to local restaurants.
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