hayseed hayseed


  • (n) a person who is not very intelligent or interested in culture



  1. Drummond's blog is no hayseed effort; it's a slick-looking site that posts her photography, home remodeling tips, poetry, and recipes of dishes she's whipped up in her own kitchen.
  2. You can't hold them back by running that 1960s hayseed Princeton junk.
  3. But no hayseed or pie-eyed compositor is Columnist Pumpernickle Bill.


  • Singer on solid ground

    Some folk would take being called a hayseed as fightin’ words. Susan Werner will take them with a smile and a song.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: Springfield News-Sun


  • Discussing his visit to Massachusetts with Henry Gardner, Lincoln noted: "I had been chosen to Congress then from the wild West, and with hayseed in my hair I went to Massachusetts, the most cultured State in the Union."
    on Feb 13, 2009 By: Abraham Lincoln Source: Examiner.com

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