hick hick  /ˈhɪk/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a person who is not very intelligent or interested in culture
  2. (adj) awkwardly simple and provincial

Usage(s):

  1. In the Muzik Mafia we call it hick-hop, and we think its time has come.
  2. Mimi starts out a hick but learns fast.
  3. You probably don't need a spoiler alert to see where this tale is going us against them, the hick underdogs vs.

News

  1. Larry Bird withdraws from Kings GM search, mulling return to Pacers

    When the Pacers hired Larry Bird as their coach in 1997, the Hick From French Lick said, “I’m very excited about this opportunity to go back home and coach the Indiana Pacers. Indiana is the only team I wanted to coach.” Since, Bird became the president of his home state’s NBA team and helped build…
    on June 11, 2013     Source: NBC Sports: ProBasketballTalk

  2. Miss. native Hugh Walker named top Air Force fighter pilot

    Capt. Hugh Walker's fighter pilot call sign is 'Hoot' — which once stood for Hick Opposes Orthodontic Treatment.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Clarion-Ledger

  3. Sugar, Spice, and Everything Not So Nice: The Booming Trend of Girls Behaving Badly On Film

    Back in 2010, a little-known 13-year-old named Chloë Grace-Moretz appeared as the vigilante Hit-Girl in Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass," a film that saw the actress, just 11 at the time of production, spill ample blood, endure serious beatings, and spout expletives like "cunt." Jaws dropped, eyebrows rose, and Moretz became a bona fide star. In films as diverse as "Let Me In" and "Hick," she has ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: indieWIRE

Quotes

  • "I had no intention to coach when I got out of Brown," said Paterno, who had been planning to go to law school. "Come to this hick town? From Brooklyn?"
    on Dec 3, 2007 By: Joe Paterno Source: International Herald Tribune

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