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hippy

and hippie (ˈhɪpi)
n. a long-haired, drug-using youth of the 1960s and 1970s. That guy looks like a hippy left over from the sixties.

hippie

verb
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Rousseau figures much more frequently in his essays than Marx and Nietzsche, and he correctly analyses tenured radicalism, hippiedom and the counterculture, and postmodernism in terms of romanticism.
I hope you know you're showing up during the High Holidays of Hippiedom.
Outside Woodstock and San Francisco's Haight Ashbury, Morocco was the capital of hippiedom in the swinging '60s.
As late 1950s and early 1960s Beatdom gave way to a subsequent 1960s and 1970s Hippiedom, jazz to rock/punk (Kerouac's beloved Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, and Dizzie Gillespie to groups from "The Grateful Dead" to "The Soft Machine"), and dope to acid, was it not Neal Cassady, no less, who drove the bus with its LSD colorations for Kesey's "Merry Pranksters" up and down, and often beyond, the West Coast?
Haynes wittily employs the media to delineate glam rock's stylistic rebellion against the austere postures of hippiedom.
Hipperholme becomes hippiedom, imperilment, hyperbole, chaperone or Chippendale and neighbouring Lightcliffe is weightlifter or nightlife.
So, in this telling, Drosselmeyer is a woman, the show is set in 1960s hippiedom, and the Sugar Plum Fairy is now the "Sugar Plump Fairy.
The first three Perrin series cast a satirical eye on management theory, the worthlessness of much of what we spend our lives chasing after, and the institutionalised hippiedom of Seventies communes.
Not content with challenging the parameters of rock music, Mogwai have also focused their attention on that last bastion of hippiedom, the outdoor music festival.
In other works, albums transmute into vanity corners or odd little shrines that escape modish fey hippiedom by channeling something ancient (think Tupy) while using the magic of today's materials and by paying heed to the particular form of "softened" Minimalism.
What's the link between that defining moment of hippiedom back in the 1960s, the three-day Woodstock rock festival, and the first and only Kashmiri jazz bar and restaurant?
One of the pieces of American culture that I really love and that I think is really important and should be promoted is the love and peace sentiment that came out of essentially hippiedom," Nicholls said.
Every year the fashionistas tell us it is the new summer of love but whether united we stand in our united colours of hippiedom or just flirt with flower power, it is a season that is a goer in more ways than one.
The stunning schedule of events for Hermann Nitsch's Six-Day-Play, a happening held last August at his Schloss, in Prinzendorf, Austria, reads like a cross between death-metal theatrics and harmonic-convergence hippiedom.