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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Arcadian, agrarian, agrestic, agricultural, authoritarian, awkward, backwoods, backwoodsman, beg, beglerbeg, bey, bigot, bigoted, boorish, borne, bucolic, bumpkin, burgrave, campestral, cloddish, closed, clown, collector, confined, constricted, countrified, country, country bumpkin, country cousin, countryman, countrywoman, cramped, creedbound, deaf, deaf to reason, dey, dialect, dialectal, eparch, exarch, fanatical, farm, fellah, gauleiter, geographically limited, governor, governor-general, hayseed, hick, hidebound, hind, homespun, idiomatic, illiberal, ingenuous, innocent, insular, khedive, lieutenant governor, limited, little, little-minded, local, localized, loutish, lowland, mean, mean-minded, mean-spirited, muzhik, nabob, naive, narrow, narrow-hearted, narrow-minded, narrow-souled, narrow-spirited, nawab, nearsighted, oafish, of a place, outland, palatine, parochial, pastoral, peasant, peon, petty, proconsul, purblind, regional, rude, rural, rustic, satrap, sectarian, shortsighted, small, small-minded, small-town, stadtholder, straitlaced, stuffy, subahdar, tetrarch, topical, uncatholic, uncharitable, uncultivated, uncultured, ungenerous, ungraceful, uninformed, unliberal, unpolished, unrefined, unsophisticated, upland, vali, vernacular, vice-king, viceroy, wali, yokel
Dictionary Results for provincial:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
provincial
    adj 1: of or associated with a province; "provincial government"
    2: characteristic of the provinces or their people; "deeply
       provincial and conformist"; "in that well-educated company I
       felt uncomfortably provincial"; "narrow provincial attitudes"
       [ant: cosmopolitan]
    n 1: (Roman Catholic Church) an official in charge of an
         ecclesiastical province acting under the superior general
         of a religious order; "the general of the Jesuits receives
         monthly reports from the provincials"
    2: a country person [syn: peasant, provincial, bucolic]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Provincial \Pro*vin"cial\, a. [L. provincialis: cf. F.
   provincial. See Province, and cf. Provencal.]
   1. Of or pertaining to province; constituting a province; as,
      a provincial government; a provincial dialect.
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   2. Exhibiting the ways or manners of a province;
      characteristic of the inhabitants of a province; not
      cosmopolitan; countrified; not polished; rude; hence,
      narrow; illiberal. "Provincial airs and graces."
      --Macaulay.
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   3. Of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical province, or to the
      jurisdiction of an archbishop; not ecumenical; as, a
      provincial synod. --Ayliffe.
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   4. Of or pertaining to Provence; Provencal. [Obs.]
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            With two Provincial roses on my razed shoes. --Shak.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Provincial \Pro*vin"cial\, n.
   1. A person belonging to a province; one who is provincial.
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   2. (R. C. Ch.) A monastic superior, who, under the general of
      his order, has the direction of all the religious houses
      of the same fraternity in a given district, called a
      province of the order.
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