Definition of hipster
: a person who is unusually aware of and interested in new and unconventional patterns (as in jazz or fashion)
Examples of hipster in a Sentence
a movie that appeals equally to hipsters and suburbanites
Recent Examples of hipster from the Web
In the hipster 'hood of East Nashville, Tennessee, Olive & Sinclair offers a bean-to-bar factory tour in a historic building.
The hipsters, the artists, the writers and the start-up entrepreneurs started arriving a few years ago, a sort of flat white expeditionary force.
Cleveland, geezer hipster rock August 10 - Blu Monsoon, jazz Downtown@Dusk is also supported by the city of Akron, Audio-Technica, EarthQuaker Devices, Clear Gold Audio, ACME Fresh Market, Ron and Ann Allan and WKSU.
Some hipsters scroll through their flashy gadgets while waiting in a 45-minute line for the addictive herbal jelly and taro balls at Meet Fresh, a Taiwanese dessert chain.
Everyone in there has their hipster hat and their very skinny jeans, and doesn't have any kids.
The toy-like seahorses, which reduced the leather-jacket hipsters to puddles of people jelly.
Collated by the editors of Ben is Dead, Retro Hell features the walking-through-the-park-reminiscing of a Salvation Army’s worth of hipsters (several of whom contribute to this site).
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Origin and Etymology of hipster
First Known Use: 1940
HIPSTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hipster for English Language Learners
: a person who follows the latest styles, fashions, etc. : a hip person
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