a baby boomer

a baby boomer

  (mainly American)
someone who was born between 1945 and 1965, a period in which a lot of babies were born Clinton was the first baby boomer in the White House. The ads are supposed to appeal to the baby boomer generation.
See also: baby, boomer
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The average cost for a baby boomer patient was $11,900.
A baby boomer is any American born between 1946 and 1964.
6) This is sobering for a Baby boomer physician who may feel an ATM card is high tech
In the end, Boomer Hotties are redefining what it means to be a Baby Boomer in the 21st century.
As both an economist and a baby boomer, I want to know what sort of economy I'll be living in during my retirement years.
As part of the largest demographic group in our country, the investment choices of Boomer executives may be an economic bellwether," said Tom Wamberg, CEO of Clark Consulting, himself a Baby Boomer.
In early November, the automaker sent a baby boomer couple, Louis and Mariann Mawcinitt of Los Angeles, across the country in its newest vehicle, the Kia Amanti, to gather signatures from boomers asking that the dictionary no longer define baby boomers solely by the year they were born.
Beginning this week, Kia Motors America is sending a baby boomer couple across the country in its newest vehicle, the Kia Amanti, to gather thousands of signatures from boomers asking Webster's Dictionary to no longer define baby boomers solely by the year they were born.