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- n. Plural form of boomeranger.
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Social scientists call them "boomerangers" -- young adults who move in with parents after living away from home.
Social scientists refer to these people as "boomerangers" - grown young adults who move back home after living on their own for various reasons.
And it's to get some of these kids that are kind of boomerangers, you can't seem to get rid of them.
The adult children have also been called "boomerangers."
Call them twixters, thresholders or boomerangers, 20-somethings putting off marriage, procreating and settling down.
DOUGLAS BRINKLEY: The "Yo" generation is, recently you've probably noticed there have been a lot of articles talking about the difference between the baby boomers and the people born after the baby boom, which is 19six 1 -- there's been a book called Generation X which has been out recently and people are calling them "thirteeners" or "boomerangers."
There must have been a large distribution of acuteness among those naked skinny aboriginals, or they couldn't have been such unapproachable trackers and boomerangers and weet-weeters.