Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Vulgar Slang A coarse unsophisticated person.
  • n. Vulgar Slang A big heavy shoe or boot.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A workboot.
  • n. A poor, rural person, especially from the southern United States.

Etymologies

shit +‎ kicker (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Apparently "shitkicker" is indeed a genetic trait.

    LEVERAGE: Stork Raving Mad/Open Thread

  • It definitely supports the idea that "shitkicker" actually has a genetic component.

    LEVERAGE: 'Til Death. Like A Steel Cage Match.

  • I can't believe Craig "shitkicker" Burley thought it wa a penalty.

    WordPress.com News

  • One of the MPs, a big redneck shitkicker, began poking one of my guys, a black soldier named Mickey Washington, with his baton, taunting him about being a lifer in the army.

    Dancing with the Devil

  • They were both wearing shitkicker boots and blue jeans.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • I remembered his shitkicker boots propped up on the desk.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  •     Once back on the highway, Charlie decided to forsake the tape deck for a shitkicker station out of Knoxville.

    Confederates

  • This intellectual shitkicker may have puffed himself up enough to think he's got enough moral highground to evaluate the authenticity of the candidates, but does CNN have to back up his bullshit by putting him on the air?

    Ian Gurvitz: Screw the Evangelical Vote!

  • What the president has been waging, and it's clear if you listen closely to that shitkicker accent, is a "War on Terra."

    Ian Gurvitz: The Pet Iraq

  • The driver, clearly an out-of-place shitkicker with a worn cowboy hat, sat glum-faced and frustrated.

    Down the Road

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  • Hey vinyl, you should start a Wiki or dictionary entry of this word.

    February 2, 2007