Definition of Country-bred

1. Adjective. Rough and uncouth. "A country boy"

Similar to: Rural



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Country-bred

countor
countors
countre
countrey
countreys
countrie
countries
countrified
countrifies
countrify
countrifying
countrol
countrols
country
country-and-western
country-bred (current term)
country-code
country-dance
country-fried steak
country-style
country-western music
country and western
country beam
country beams
country borage
country bumpkin
country bumpkins
country club
country codes
country cousin

Literary usage of Country-bred

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1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1902)
"The tints assumed by the Indian country-bred are as varied, almost, as those of the rainbow ; whilst his screech, in moments of emotion, has an unrivalled ..."

2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1881)
"Nearly all our leading naturalists were country-bred boys. So flourishing an organization as the Society of Natural History at Boston, counts, we believe, ..."

3. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1856)
"It was my fortune (I do not say mii-fortune) to be country-bred, and I well remember my visit, when a boy, to the neighboring city, mounted on a nag whose ..."

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