- yokel (n.)
- 1812, perhaps from dialectal German Jokel, disparaging name for a farmer, originally diminutive of Jakob. Or perhaps from English yokel, dialectal name for "woodpecker."
- 1. The clothes makes him look like a yokel.
- 2. His mouth was agape in yokel fashion.
- 3. The clothes makes him look like a slack - jaw yokel.
- 4. George Biley is not a ordinary yokel.
- 5. Listen to the local yokel yodel.
[ yokel 造句 ]