From yokel + -ish.
yokelish (comparative more yokelish, superlative most yokelish)
- Like a rustic or bumpkin; simple and ignorant.
- 2002, Colin Jones, The Great Nation, Penguin 2003, p. 409:
- The exclusion of anoblis and the presence of large numbers of country gentry (around a quarter of the delegation as a whole) gave the meetings a very provincial and at time yokelish ethos.