- n. Plural form of freegan.
“They didn't have to, in their role as journalist observers, but an experience like this was hard to pass up, and the scavengers - who call themselves "freegans" - were a friendly, articulate bunch who seemed to know what they were doing.”
“Nanc, we don't call them bums anymore, we call freegans, look at the nooner, I posted a link.”
“* Homeless hipsters: starving dumpster divers can call themselves "freegans”
“Several cities in the United States and Europe have communities of "freegans," people who eat food foraged from Dumpsters whenever possible, train hop and sleep in abandoned buildings on principle.”
“It describes a new class of dumpster divers, self-proclaimed "freegans".”
“Dumpster-dive 'freegans' dine on rubbish WHEN Tess Campbell and Quinton Gardiner need food, they don't stroll the aisles of a grocery store or go to a cafe - they forage through a bin.”
“But that's just how the 'freegans' decide what's for dinner.”
“A meeting of self-styled "freegans" is taking place in Bristol, culminating in a meal assembled from waste food.”
““His audience was an assemblage of nearly two hundred neo-Luddites and anarchists and socialists and freegans and steampunks and home-schoolers and folksingers and knitters and yak farmers.””
“She even hung with the dumpster-diving freegans once or twice.”
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