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  • adjective Alternative form of New Agey.

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Examples

  • I didn't want to call it a "Healing Circle" too New-Agey, so I called it a Hope Oval.

    Red Room: Lori Hope: Cancer Loves Seth Rogen and Me

  • It is a long documentary, created in a New-Agey, pseudoscientific mode, which would be fairly innocuous if it were not masking a reactionary, libertarian political agenda that stands in jarring contrast with the soothing tone of the presentation.

    Georgia Kelly: Thrive: Deconstructing the Film

  • Design Hotels Memmo Baleeira New-Agey New Year in the Algarve Overlooking Sagres Bay on Portugal's southern coast, the sleek and modern Memmo Baleeira is an option for letting the new year wash over you.

    Holiday Inns

  • It is a long documentary, created in a New-Agey, pseudoscientific mode, which would be fairly innocuous if it were not masking a reactionary, libertarian political agenda that stands in jarring contrast with the soothing tone of the presentation.

    Georgia Kelly: Thrive: Deconstructing the Film

  • It is a long documentary, created in a New-Agey, pseudoscientific mode, which would be fairly innocuous if it were not masking a reactionary, libertarian political agenda that stands in jarring contrast with the soothing tone of the presentation.

    Georgia Kelly: Thrive: Deconstructing the Film

  • I didn't want to call it a "Healing Circle" too New-Agey, so I called it a Hope Oval.

    Red Room: Lori Hope: Cancer Loves Seth Rogen and Me

  • I have always regarded the use of the phrase as an indication of weak support for a religious or New-Agey argument, or perhaps the real phrase I take umbrage with is “other ways of knowing.”

    ICR throws in towel -- then reaches for another - The Panda's Thumb

  • As of last year, a reader informs me they were still going with the somewhat more New-Agey "body self development system therapist" see "Tour de France part 4" at the bottom of the page:

    Swallowing Pride: Changing Your Approach

  • We shall now pause while James has an apoplexy about how extraordinarily New-Agey that statement is.

    Getting Zen About Writing

  • Now, this is very New-Agey, so I'm presenting it as context.

    Indigo Kiddies

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