The Clinton Foundation chose Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the first Too Small to Fail project because it was an early adopter of hippy.
Regardless, that goes double for a hippy isle full of expats and pungent pot known as Bocas del Toro.
Or the inimitable Oregon Country Fair, a 45,000-person, three-day Woodstock-esque hippy festival in the woods outside Eugene.
Was Ananda Marchildon too fat, or, specifically, too hippy to receive the €75,000 in assignments promised by the show?
hippy was a little taken back by the answer, but his eagerness for more information overcame what might have become embarrassment.
It's very evident, hippy, that you'll have to go way back and lose some weight.
hippy plunged at the mob and belabored them right and left with the blazing torch.
hippy said he pounded and shouted and howled and wailed and pounded some more.
hippy held up a hand for silence, and the Overlanders sat listening intently.
You haven't seen the bride's table in the tent yet, have you, hippy?
c.1965, American English (Haight-Ashbury slang); earlier hippie, 1953, was a usually disparaging variant of hipster (1941) "person who is keenly aware of the new and stylish," from hip "up-to-date" (see hip (adj.)).
: Saigon has acquired an elaborate hippie culture
One of a group of usually young persons who reject the values of conventional society and withdraw into drifting, communes, etc, espouse peace and universal love, typically wear long hair and beards, and use marijuana or psychedelic drugs; beat, beatnik
[1960s+ Counterculture; fr hip]
Having wide and prominent hips (1919+)