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poor White

Often offensive
a. a poverty-stricken and underprivileged White person, esp in the southern US and South Africa
b. (as modifier): poor White trash
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Relatively small for a photobook at roughly 8 by 10 inches, Redheaded Peckerwood packs a wallop.
Shit man, I might not have started skateboarding until I was 43, but that doesn't mean I'm not just as into it as the next peckerwood.
If you ask me, no one sets out to be a low-life peckerwood, but if it happens, as apparently it has to me, I bet most of those down-on-their-luck, Christ-what-do-we-do folks keep thinking, like I do, that just around the corner everything's going to be okey-doke.
live in a country that put that Peckerwood Puppet into office.
In the morning, he tells us, he will be out at Peckerwood Hill, the graveyard for inmates who die unclaimed in prison.
I also choose to remove from harvest roadsides, streamsides, den trees, peckerwood trees, trees rare on my property (such as the dozen white oaks and the single hickory) and those which because of size, beauty, or sentiment are out of the harvest schedule.
Several farmers in the Slovak area were forced to sell their land to make room for the new impoundment, which became Peckerwood Lake.
Neither of these is quite as rural as another of their properties: Wingmead, the duck hunting manor developed by Edgar Montano Quceny situated near the wooded shores of Peckerwood Lake and set amid thousands of acres in Prairie County.
The Lyon's 11,000-acre, privately-owned estate includes most of Peckerwood Lake, which covers 4,000 acres.