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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Someone who rejects the established culture.

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  • Madrak asked, "I'm a blogger, and I don't know if you know this term, but are you familiar with the term hippie-punching?"
  • Of course the bill does not go into effect until 2014 anyway, but punch a hippie is a popular past time. brewmn says:
  • And it bothers him no end -- which is why he keeps mentioning it every time he engages in hippie punching.
  • House speaker Nancy Pelosi must of been a radical hippie from the 60s I am about her age and think nothing like her. for more
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  • As a teen she was a "hippie" (someone who favors alternative lifestyles), but now she has grown old and "hippy" (large hipped).
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