I think you have to tell us what you think 'country bumpkin' means in that sentence. It's not a sentence I would expect to hear or understand it if I heard it.Hi Biffo, thanks for your offer to help.
Basically I am looking for a way to avoid using the impolite title in something along the lines of 'he is exactly the type of rich man who behaves like a country bumpkin'. This sentence will be used in a short essay.
I think that sentence says it perfectly. I wouldn't say it to the man himself. I don't think there is an entirely neutral way to suggest that someone is unsophisticated.... he is rich, but lacks taste and sophistication...
Great to know that! Thanks for the feedback, Biffo!I think that sentence says it perfectly.