What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
A person who is not stylish; for example, a woman who does not wear cosmetics •Shows a mocking attitude toward ''natural-looking'' people and environmentalists (1980s+ Students)
: geeky granola-type Ely/ Fort Collins isn't really into hard music. There's a granola scene herenoun
A person who is objectionably or prissily devoted to the 1960s values of environmental awareness, multiethnic tolerance, healthy ''natural'' diet, usually vegetarian, precious antiquated tastes, etc; earth muffin: Stephanie turned into a granola when she started college. She won't even eat at McDonald's/ Elizabeth was far too granola for Jason, what with her herb garden and Celtic record collection
[late 1980s+ Students; fr a multigrain WK Kellogg breakfast cereal devised around 1886]