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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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Words, phrases and places that only the truly embedded hippie will remember:
The yellow embroidered dress over the yellow trousers were typical hippie attire.
Worse: hippies without permits, a combination that put The Man in a particularly grumpy state of mind.
When Renee was 25, she returned to Newcastle to do a philosophy and politics degree, which allowed her to continue living the hippie life to some extent.
I know you get a few followers of Nouveau Hippie up trees and down tunnels whenever a new road or airport is being built.
Missing Richey Edwards of Manic Street Preachers has been spotted in a hippie paradise, it was claimed last night.
Hutton hung out with her pal Rosanna Arquette, who resembled Stevie Nicks in a crushed-velvet jacket over jeans and hippie jewelry.
From a colony of artists in the 1910s to the hippie communes of the 1960s to the frayed-nerve rat-racers who vacation here today, Taos has cast a wide net - and a mesmerizing spell.
He had dropped out of college and was living in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district when his father, disguised as a hippie - a bit from his show - came knocking.
The book that spawned the Beat generation, that is credited with launching the hippie movement of the 1960s, and that convinced more than a few Americans to question the validity of the American Dream will be discussed this evening on ``StoryLines California,'' a public radio literature program.
One of my children was a hippie and became a vegetarian,'' she said.
But the role model then - and now - was TV's original hippie chick ``Rhoda,'' portrayed by Valerie Harper.
Aquarius is the original hippie chick and always ahead of her time when it comes to fashion, so she's the one who's going to like the season's bohemian styles and Pucci (colorful geometric) prints.
Yet the nonviolent, egalitarian hippie principles led an era of civic protest that brought an end to the Vietnam War.
Through interviews and primary source material, Moretta traces the 1960s hippie movement through fashion, music, and most importantly, politics.