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  • adjective Pertaining to a subculture, or to subcultures in general.

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Examples

  • Ted went on to say that the “scene” was more accurately described as a subcultural milieu that included prostitutes, delinquents, runaways, party girls, and their friends and peers who hung out at arcades, malls, and taverns, and who were also into drugs and partying and, generally, whose members were free-spirited and mobile.

    The Riverman

  • Ted went on to say that the “scene” was more accurately described as a subcultural milieu that included prostitutes, delinquents, runaways, party girls, and their friends and peers who hung out at arcades, malls, and taverns, and who were also into drugs and partying and, generally, whose members were free-spirited and mobile.

    The Riverman

  • Ted went on to say that the “scene” was more accurately described as a subcultural milieu that included prostitutes, delinquents, runaways, party girls, and their friends and peers who hung out at arcades, malls, and taverns, and who were also into drugs and partying and, generally, whose members were free-spirited and mobile.

    The Riverman

  • "subcultural" - in this regard, ideological insurrectionism is a significantly vegan straightedge scene.

    Anarchist news dot org - News for anarchists and their friends

  • NYC bike commuting remains impervious to "subcultural" fashion and trendiness--it's just New Yorkers dressing as they usually do, but riding bikes:

    Read All About It: Bikes Both Fun and Useful, Media Reveals

  • I'm going to point to an old post by an LJ-friend of mine: Essentially, there are only three kinds of stories that mass media runs about any kind of subcultural group, and the reporter has almost certainly decided which one to go with before the fact.

    SDCC '07: Wonderland, Monkey and Boing, Among Other Business

  • Insurrectionists who are frustrated with the lifestyle-oriented anarchism of those they perceive as "subcultural" actually stand to learn a lot from them.

    Anarchist news dot org - News for anarchists and their friends

  • Stewart Home is a kind of subcultural chameleon, capable of playing many roles: artist, pamphleteer, film-maker, activist, hoaxer and writer.

    Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk

  • But jazz has usually found its way on to a theatre stage as a dumbed-down representation of some kind of subcultural exotica, rarely as an integral part of the drama and meaning of the show.

    Culture | guardian.co.uk

  • It's just the latest derivative subcultural generational idiom of ridicule or sarcasm (often group/self-reflexive) relating back to personal experience (sometimes only vicarious) with the blatant failures of the public school system educational model inflicted on a wide scale in the U.S. Viddy?

    Instantly tiresome expressions, cont'd (Jack Bog's Blog)

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