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hippie

Someone who eschews societal norms in favor of countercultural beliefs, particularly those that were prevalent in the US in the 1960s, such as pacifism and free sexual expression. Of course I went to Woodstock—I was a hippie, back in the day. What's up with the tie-dye shirt? With your long hair, it makes you look like a hippie.

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
See hippy
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