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  • n. Alternative form of hippiedom.

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Examples

  • I still think so, even though Germaine's book which I thought was brilliant altered perceptions across a swathe of cultures where hippydom couldn't tread.

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  • In fact, although I loved the ‘peace and love, man’ and flower power side of hippydom, I hated the ‘mother earth’ role allocated to the women.

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  • Those car chase scenes were what made me want to own a car again after three years of public transportation hippydom in SF.

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  • The purely Dead association with hippydom is of later vintage.

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  • The rally was hosted by the last refuge of 60's hippydom, the Unitarian Universalist church.

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  • Seeing hippydom feted amid the ritual opulence of Cannes seemed incongruous, to say the least.

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  • Easy to dismiss her sentiment as woolly hippydom but it's a cold closed heart that fails to see that she means what she sings or fails to hear that belief in her voice.

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  • The tentacles and tenets of hippydom reverberated all around the world, but as with every bolshy new scene that drags itself kicking and screaming into the world with all the brio, vim and attitude of the here and now, hippies and their music inevitably became a sad parody of themselves.

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  • Timmo, I hadn’t thought of Red real life cross over but that is a far, far more likely than JB converting to hippydom, which was my allusion.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » To Canberra.

  • Plus, there was a lot of non-Dead musci associated with hippydom in the 60’s.

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