hep·ster | \ ˈhepstə(r)\
variants: or hipster \ ˈhip- \
Definition of hepster
1 : a devotee of jazz the orchestra's free style in improvising has impressed at least one longhair as well as the hepsters — Newsweek
2 usually hipster : one who professes hip attitudes or tastes the ladies and gentlemen of the late watch—the hipsters who take the sun as a personal affront— Billy Rose the colorful dialogue of the hipster — Saturday Review
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