hippy hippy

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone who rejects the established culture; advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The worst of it came in California dang hippy librels! where stricter state regs required that the barely adequate 350 cu.
  2. The end of all that hippy-dippy nonsense.
  3. Given its associations with decaying hill stations and hippy hovels, rattan furniture has not traditionally had good press.

News

  1. One Comment for Gael Monfils Tried This Goofy Trick Shot For Some Reason In Halle Today [Video]

    Giles : There are 2 top ten players in Halle and 4 top ten players in Queens. Go figure! Tennis x hippy chic : James thats all i ever try to do. Giles for crying out loud,the point is that they all have...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Tennis X

  2. Talking Climate Online With David Roberts of Grist

    A "very serious person" and "dirty hippy" talk climate change.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: New York Times

  3. Dot Earth Blog: Talking Climate Online With David Roberts of Grist

    A “very serious person” and “dirty hippy” talk climate change.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: New York Times

Quotes

  1. "Philanthropy is like hippy music, holding hands. Red is more like punk rock, hip hop, this should feel like hard commerce," Bono said.
    on Jan 26, 2006 By: Bono Source: BBC News

  2. "We look forward to being part of a real cult event that is right up our alley, and we intend to rock Hanover," says Pete Townshend, the band's creative mastermind. "It was a mobile hippy home, cult on wheels, and today, still, the Multivan...
    on Oct 5, 2007 By: Pete Townshend Source: Monsters and Critics.com

  3. "Most people in the community just get a perception of the headline let alone the specifics of the article," Matthews said. "On that basis they would think most AFL footballers are probably on the hippy beans. They are not but I suspect half...
    on Apr 20, 2007 By: Leigh Matthews Source: The Age

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