small-town

[smawl-toun]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a town or village: a typical, small-town general store.
2.
provincial or unsophisticated: small-town manners.

Origin:
1880–85

small-towner, noun
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It has small-town rodeos, relaxed guest ranches, and roadside diners with good
  pie.
The superstores may offer convenience, keen prices and a range of products that
  small-town shops cannot match.
The world's largest retailer still thinks of itself as a small-town outfit.
Historically, said the rabbi, communal ovens were the hub of small-town
  community.
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