What Is a Clodhopper?

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Clodhopper is a term used to mean a rough and unsophisticated countryman. The term was used as derision by people living in towns at the expense those with muddy boots so as to defame the rural Irish.
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clod·hop·per
[klod-hop-er]
NOUN
1.
a clumsy boor; rustic; bumpkin.
2.
strong, heavy shoes.
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A gruff, clumsy or generally rough person, or the shoes such a person would wear - coarse and bulky.
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A clodhopper is a term that has been around since the turn of the early 1900's. It designates that a person is a rural farmer... who wearing farm boots for every day work also had
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