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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.

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  • Social scientists refer to these people as "boomerangers" - grown young adults who move back home after living on their own for various reasons.

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  • And it's to get some of these kids that are kind of boomerangers, you can't seem to get rid of them.

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  • The adult children have also been called "boomerangers."

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  • Call them twixters, thresholders or boomerangers, 20-somethings putting off marriage, procreating and settling down.

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  • 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."

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  • 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.

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