Definitions

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  • adjective Like a hipster; (often pretentiously) trendy.

Etymologies

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hipster +‎ -ish

Examples

  • Indie comics may have a kind of hipsterish air about them, but the creators on this panel struck me as having a refreshingly non-ironic love for their inspirations and investment in their genre work.

    Archive 2009-09-27

  • Still think it's kind of hipsterish and in-joky to post something with a significant backstory, and discuss that obliquely in comments, without putting some kind of context link, however subtle, in your FPP.

    Popular Posts Across MetaFilter

  • Still think it's kind of hipsterish and in-joky to post something with a significant backstory, and discuss that obliquely in comments, without putting some kind of context link, however subtle, in your FPP.

    Popular Posts Across MetaFilter

  • Still think it's kind of hipsterish and in-joky to post something with a significant backstory, and discuss that obliquely in comments, without putting some kind of context link, however subtle, in your FPP.

    Popular Posts Across MetaFilter

  • Mr. Halweil is editor and co-owner of three hipsterish publications about locally sourced foods: Edible East End, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn.

    Hamptons Toast to Summer's End

  • Does anyone have any links to the music videos he's directed? cellchild very hipsterish

    Ruben Fleischer’s Short Films | /Film

  • Things picked up on the main stage, with rousing sets from Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (left) and Caribou, and the crowd - young, hipsterish - walked away happy.

    Field Day

  • And unfortunately I cannot be truly hipsterish because I still wear a helmet, but once the kids grow up and move out I take off that helmet and...

    Bombs Away! Sweet Surrender

  • Nick Scholl, whose site Trrrill had a youthful, hipsterish perspective on opera (Mr. Scholl is 30, a generation younger than Jorden), has stopped blogging about opera entirely, saying that Jorden "was doing it better."

    The Bewitching Art of 'La Cieca'

  • Nick Scholl, whose site Trrrill had a youthful, hipsterish perspective on opera (Mr. Scholl is 30, a generation younger than Jorden), has stopped blogging about opera entirely, saying that Jorden "was doing it better."

    The Bewitching Art of 'La Cieca'

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