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  • n. Plural form of flexitarian.

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Examples

  • Their goal is to win over more of the group marketers call "flexitarians"—health-conscious adults, mostly in their 20s and 30s, who share many characteristics of vegetarians, with one big exception: They eat meat sometimes.

    The Veggie Burger's New Dream: Be More Like Meat

  • Hold the Meat—for Now flexitarians Their goal is to win over more of the group marketers call "flexitarians"—health-conscious adults, mostly in their 20s and 30s, who share many characteristics of vegetarians, with one big exception: They eat meat sometimes.

    Week in Words

  • Part-time vegetarians, or "flexitarians" as they're known, say it's not a vegetarian movement, but about meat eaters doing their bit.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • "But you'd be surprised how many people here choose a healthier and more ethical eating lifestyle - maybe vegetarians, or maybe 'flexitarians' or 'selectitarians' - they eat meat, but they eat very little, and when they do, it's an organic source."

    Crimson White RSS

  • Maybe we've got a lot of 'flexitarians' here who switch back and forth ....

    Madison.com - top

  • Whether it's the new tribe of "pre-six-p.m. vegans" led by New York Times food writer Mark Bittman (who credits his recent weight loss to a less-meat-heavy regime) or the increasing number of "flexitarians," a mainly meatless diet is no longer a choice that requires a label.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • "flexitarians" who eat a mainly plant-based diet, but may occasionally include fish or meat.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • These are folks who eat meat yet still identify themselves as "vegetarians" or "flexitarians" (vegetarians who occasionally eat meat [as if that makes any sense.])

    Breaking News: Vegetarians Discover Guilt-Free Meat

  • And now, there are flexitarians who are vegetarians most of the time but who will eat meat on occasion.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • The attractive, dully named new spot on the edge of Chinatown is built for flexitarians, that breed of mostly vegetarian eater that doesn't mind a helping of animal protein now and then.

    Local Lactose-Free Foods, U.S. East

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