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OTHER WORDS FROM counterculturecoun·ter·cul·tur·al, adjectivecoun·ter·cul·tur·ist, coun·ter·cul·tur·al·ist, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for counterculture
If you want the counterculture vibe, there’s always Taking Woodstock, Almost Famous, or Hair.Our mixed feelings about The Trial of the Chicago 7, explained|Aja Romano|April 12, 2021|Vox
There are too many counterculture kids born each year who will never work in offices but will find a path in guiding.
They were part of an anti-establishment counterculture that feared being co-opted by people who didn’t understand the dance or its dizzying band of denizens.How break dancing made the leap from ’80s pop culture to the Olympic stage|Rick Maese|February 9, 2021|Washington Post
Is gambling culture more desirable than gay culture and counterculture?
Rather, it is becoming a counterculture—as, ironically, gay culture itself once was.
In the meantime, it is not surprising to see the anti-gay counterculture pushing back.
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.
British Dictionary definitions for counterculture
Cultural 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.)