from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A vibration. Often used in the plural: a nostalgic vibe to the decor; a stranger who gave off bad vibes.
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- v. To relax and enjoy oneself.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively
I want the Latin vibe, and that vibe is always very sensual, from Shakira going back down the line.
The downstairs has great food — small plates and soup — although the vibe is a little too sterile and pre-fab (like much of the trendy stretch on 12th, not counting the great Cafe Presse.)
Great food, great atmosphere, friendly folks - the vibe is always so comfortable and festive.
I get a strong Quentin Tarantino vibe from the way this is cut.
I got a real Carol Matas vibe from the descriptions, and I was all over her books when I was nine and ten.
Props of conspicuous knowledge decorate the abode, whose vibe is rebellious in the classiest way possible.
I think that the same sort of vibe is going on there.
I cling to that idea with them courting David in the hopes that they really are going to switch the Doctors ... this would mean we are going for a "Not your father's Oldsmobile" sort of vibe from the new bloke and his youth could play into that.
The log cabin vibe, the wood panelling, the eco-friendly designer pieces -- very much 'Brooklyn'.
I get a Spawn vibe from the images too, but that is where the spawn comparisons should end.
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