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Origin of Lost Generation
British Dictionary definitions for lost generation
noun (sometimes not capitals)
Cultural definitions for lost generation
The young adults of Europe and America during World War I. They were “lost” because after the war many of them were disillusioned with the world in general and unwilling to move into a settled life. Gertrude Stein is usually credited with popularizing the expression.