Related formscoun·ter·cul·tur·al, adjectivecoun·ter·cul·tur·ist, coun·ter·cul·tur·al·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for counterculture
The populist right, the militia movement, and anti-Bush leftists became obsessed by the phrase—and it entered the counterculture.
David, to the extent that you are right, to the extent that our counterculture has become a supermarket, we are in deep trouble.
But under the slogan of the 99 percent, the protest itself took on the characteristics of a counterculture collective.How Occupy Wall Street Flashed New York Back to 9/11|John Avlon|December 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But instead of the working class Hells Angels, this counterculture group was higher up on the social scale.
The Trip was a follow-up to the Wild Angels in which I was again working with the counterculture of the 1960s.
British Dictionary definitions for counterculture
Culture definitions for counterculture
A protest movement by American youth that arose in the late 1960s and faded during the late 1970s. According to some, young people in the United States were forming a culture of their own, opposed to the culture of Middle America. (See hippies and Woodstock.)