[ UK /hˈɪpi/ ]
[ US /ˈhɪpi/ ]
  1. someone who rejects the established culture; advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle
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How To Use hippie In A Sentence

  • I turned up at the school yard with my hippie backpack slung over one shoulder feeling pretty cool. Times, Sunday Times
  • Californian hippies in suits intone the inane and never-challenged mantra that information wants to be free.
  • The flames still lifted from the hippies "log fire, but they were asleep in their shanties and lean-to huts. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • Anarchist, of course, has become a media code word for punk-and-hippie anti-capitalist rowdies.
  • Hip-hop, cowboy wind, and the wind wind wind, occupation, fur, all-match, hippie, ladies fashion, Korean, Japanese, what is it Fashion is the urban special logo, is a city in the vast city of special psychological needs.
  • I was considered the token artsy-fartsy hippie dude. Taken for a Fool, Perhaps, but Not an Idiot
  • Let's be honest, the tan-demic is really fashion's fault: In the last five years we've seen a very bohemian/hippie/California-girl style reign supreme, and naturally (no pun intended), what goes better with boho than a faux glow (or Uggs, for that matter)? Verena von Pfetten: Tan Is The New Tacky
  • You'll have one shippie among you in the class 2009! me!!! Undefined
  • Believing that music should be free, man, a groundswell of penny-pinching hippies forced the promoter to provide free concerts as a sidebar to the festival.
  • Many conservatives and liberals alike favor the legalization of Cannibis, and I agree with Cracker about the term hippie being rather antiquated. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
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