Examples of hippie in a Sentence
She used to be a hippie, but she's fairly conservative now.
The band appeals to a new generation of hippies.
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According to the criminal complaint: A passing motorist noticed a man dressed as a hippie standing in the middle of County Road D, not far from Jug's Hitching Post in the Town of Wayne after bar time.
Let the dress take center stage, while still embracing it's boho side, by paring with extras that are hippie-chic but polished black.
Using generations as signposts for understanding group behavior can be a frustrating exercise—every baby boomer isn’t an aging hippie and every millennial isn’t an avocado-toast fiend with an entitlement complex.
Melted cheddar, tomato, avocado and a heaping of alfalfa sprouts lend the sandwich a hippie, feel-good vibe.
Robles' drawing of the hippie cult leader appears to stare straight out at the viewer.
Besides Hoffman, the actors, who also include Judd Hirsch as a rival sculptor whom Harold disdains, and Emma Thompson, as Harold’s hippie-ish fourth wife, are all lively and good, and Baumbach has a gift for staging family arguments.
During this time, Chrissy came around with various treats including a smudge of essential oil on my forehead that smelled like a forest of hippies, a ringing of a chime into my ear, and a wave of incense.
Why did nobody but dreamy-eyed hippies seem to be aware of this?
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