be-in

n.

"a public gathering of hippies" [OED], 1967, from be + in.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

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Historical Examples of be-in

  • Lying full length in a wet thicket he saw a party of about twenty warriors-Mohawks he took them to be-in an oak opening.

    The Scouts of the Valley

    Joseph A. Altsheler