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baby boomer

noun

  1. a person born during a baby boom, especially one born in the U.S. between 1946 and 1965.


baby-boomer

noun

  1. a person born during a baby boom, esp (in Britain and the US) one born during the years 1945–55


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Word History and Origins

Origin of baby boomer1

First recorded in 1970–75; baby boom + -er 1
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Example Sentences

It does not come, by and large, from baby boomer evangelicals in Montana.

Season 2 of “Legacy List” launched this month against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, which has focused even more attention on the need for baby boomers to take stock of their possessions.

Meanwhile, only 10% of Gen Xers and 7% of baby boomers say they’re likely to move out of their cities or counties.

From Fortune

Millennials, on pace to outnumber baby boomers by 2030, prefer to self-educate when reaching buying decisions.

Krider says the pandemic has introduced a new audience to the world of RVs, once the province of the baby boomer generation.

Still4Hill, who described her age as “baby boomer,” said it was the 2008 campaign that sparked her devotion.

Technically, Ramis was not a Baby Boomer, having been born in 1944.

We are two Democrats, one of us a baby boomer and the other a millennial.

To pollsters, a late 50-something is a Baby Boomer and an early 40-something is a Gen-Xer.

As long as we have baby-boomer nostalgia and Internet gossip, the tendencies to idolize or vandalize will be indulged.

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