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Like many in the Triangle, Stein is a second-generation farmer, tending a 5,000-square-foot plot inherited from his parents—hippies who bought the land for cheap in the 1970s during the “Back to the Land” movement.
The founders of Ben & Jerry’s may be known as hippie throwbacks, but in many ways they were ahead of their time.
I was about this tall with all this hair and I was listening to hippie music.
In rural areas, she puts an American flag on her bicycle, which she said makes the locals feel like she’s one of them, “even if I’m a hippie on a bike.”
Young hippie couples on holiday who’ve unwittingly befriended a murderer suddenly lose their dinners or pass out in puddles of puke.
And before you jump to assumptions, know that I'm no hippie.
Ex-hippie Billy Hayes was busted for smuggling hash and thrown in a terrifying Turkish prison.
In Israel, the hippie-hangout of Akhziv Land added its claim to independence to the already-contentious land of Israel.
She is a local hippie, the most Zen out of all of us in the apartment.
Soso, played by newcomer Kimiko Glenn, is a hippie in the worst sense of the word.
Up ahead, I saw someone, a middle-aged lady in a hippie dress, falter and fall.
“My mom was in a wheelchair for ten years before she passed,” a hippie told him.
On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hippie, such as: bohemian, flower child, free spirit, beatnik, freak, and freethinker.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.