American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A fan, especially a young woman, who follows a rock group around on tours.
- n. Slang An enthusiastic supporter or follower: a ballet groupie; a fashion groupie.
- n. A young female fan of a rock group; a person who seeks intimacy (most often physical, sometimes emotional) with a famous person, usually a rock band member.
- n. an enthusiastic young fan (especially a young woman who follows rock groups around)
- From group + -ie; from 1967. (Wiktionary)
“Plant once said the difference between a fan and a groupie is a fan is someone to have sex with and a groupie is someone who wants to take care of you like a mother or girlfriend.”
“When looking to describe her contribution to the Sixties and Seventies, the word "groupie" - perhaps "super-groupie" - might spring to mind.”
“I date a couple of NBA players and now I get classified as a groupie.”
“After losing my virginity to a pathetic excuse of an aspiring rock god and then being called a groupie by an even bigger one, my fantasies became increasingly elaborate.”
“At the risk of being labeled a Prager groupie, which is probably a fair characterization,”
“In this case, the groupie is a blond bombshell temporary assistant named Lisa (played by Ali Larter).”
“I just had to recover from my new job as an Eagles groupie, which is on hiatus for now.”
“Everyone in the room made "How lame!" noises at my embarrassing 'groupie' move.”
“Now he surrounds himself with crooks ... who are daily fed info from a "groupie" of internet geeks.”
“Nowadays, relationships and acquaintances are forged not because they make us feel right but rather, we believe in the "groupie" theme which makes it right for the sake of an artificial societal norm.”
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