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  • adjective comparative form of hip: more hip

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Examples

  • What do you think of this line-up of what they're calling a hipper, younger, edgier Stargate?

    SF Universe

  • There's no reason to look like an "OL," or old lady, in Krupp's parlance, when you can look Y & H - younger and hipper, that is.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Make Redmond "hipper" and add family housing and amenities into Seattle and you'll get a lot closer to fixing the problem .. richjensen

    Priorities « PubliCola

  • Old school companies have given way to snappier, friendlier, "hipper" companies that cater to the masses.

    Gil Laroya: The Redefining of Social Technology

  • Old school companies have given way to snappier, friendlier, "hipper" companies that cater to the masses.

    Gil Laroya: The Redefining of Social Technology

  • Just look at Apple trying to be 'hipper' by going after the anime crowd.

    Tube Bits for 10/21/2008

  • Of course you had to chose Austin, the "hipper" and "skinny" twin of the San Antonio-Austin area...

    Come Meet Jen, Who Often Refers To Herself in the Third Person

  • Given Wine X's target audience -- younger, 'hipper' wine drinkers -- why would they use the same ole delivery method that Wine Spectator uses for a vastly different -- and more focused on -- demographic?

    LENNDEVOURS:

  • Given Wine X's target audience -- younger, 'hipper' wine drinkers -- why would they use the same ole delivery method that Wine Spectator uses for a vastly different -- and more focused on -- demographic?

    Is Wine X's Editor a Crybaby?

  • Under The Covers Vol. 2 is a very entertaining, non-kitschy overview of the seventies '"hipper" high points, mainly because of the way Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs embrace their material and each other's vocals this time out.

    Mike Ragogna: HuffPost Video Premiere: Manchester Orchestra "The River"

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