hipster

1 [hip-ster]
noun Slang.
1.
a person who is hip.
3.
a person, especially during the 1950s, characterized by a particularly strong sense of alienation from most established social activities and relationships.

Origin:
1935–40, Americanism; hip4 + -ster

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hipster

2 [hip-ster]
noun
1.
hipsters, Chiefly British, hiphugger ( def 2 ).
2.
Often, hipsters. hiphugger underpants for women and girls.

Origin:
1960–65; hip1 + -ster

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hipster (ˈhɪpstə)
 
n
1.  slang, rare
 a.  an enthusiast of modern jazz
 b.  an outmoded word for hippy
2.  (modifier) (of trousers) cut so that the top encircles the hips

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Example sentences
Your feet don't care that heritage hiking boots are second only to beards in
  today's hipster wardrobe.
Less traditional are the bare expanse of taut stomach, the skin-tight hipster
  trousers and the six-inch stilettos.
The reclaiming of forgotten technology is every hipster's siren song.
Melting down used plastic to make the next hipster tote.
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