hip·pie noun \ˈhi-pē\
: a usually young person who rejects established social customs (such as by dressing in an unusual way or living in a commune) and who opposes violence and war; especially : a young person of this kind in the 1960s and 1970s
Examples of HIPPIE
- She used to be a hippie, but she's fairly conservative now.
- The band appeals to a new generation of hippies.
Origin of HIPPIE
First Known Use: 1965
Rhymes with HIPPIE
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