- From yokel + -ish. (Wiktionary)
“The Giants, to much fanfare, signed the charmingly yokelish Giants quarterback to a six-year, $97.5 million contract extension last month, which, on its surface, made ... var news_amount = 1;”
“He starts an affair with Margaret Gunn, one of the local yokels with an even more stupid and yokelish husband.”
“The guide, a thinnish, tall and wizened type, with a long, narrow head and small, keen, bright blue eyes laughed a yokelish laugh as he studied the group.”
“She wondered whether it was tact or yokelish indifference.”
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