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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Mad Hippie: Take 15% off all orders all weekend and stock up on your natural skin care.
Among the groups: Doukhobor farmers, Finnish coal miner, Quakers, hippies, and the Ochiltree Organic Commune, which embraced meat eating and coffee drinking.
Moon Juice, the hippie wellness brand loved by Gwyneth Paltrow and other pseudoscience experts, will soon be stocked at Sephora.
Live music is easy to find in Thamel, a former hippie haven.
At least, that was the gimmick used by a tour company that organized a bus trip around San Francisco for tourists to gawk at the hippies who had flocked to that city in 1967.
Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen of Hot Tuna could have kicked back this July, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, when flower power and hippies ignited America’s culture shock on the streets of San Francisco.
With nightly rates during high season of $700 to $1,500, this place wasn't for hippies.
Two young hippies had even been murdered in the East Village a few years earlier.
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HIPPIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hippie for English Language Learners
: 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
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