Maybe if I just de-gay myself a little, I would achieve the kind of mainstream success I hope for.
And if we were busted sipping something that mainstream and obvious, well we might get our hipster cards revoked.
Seizing on documentary filmmaking as a tool to build impact is “not just the responsibility of the mainstream,” she says.
But what exactly is it about Mr. Carter that endlessly fascinates the mainstream public?
My career used to hang on whether or not I was reviewed in the mainstream press.
Normally the water was about six inches deep in the mainstream as it ran over a riffle adjacent to the catfish nest.
When the mainstream of evolution on Darkover left the trees to struggle for existence on the ground, a few remained behind.
The largest group outside the community's mainstream was the black agricultural workers.
A fantastic way to earn a living, close to the mainstream of human vanity.
Channel catfish were taken by us only in the mainstream; anglers sometimes catch channel catfish in several of the tributaries.
also main-stream, main stream, "principal current of a river," 1660s, from main (adj.) + stream (n.); hence, "prevailing direction in opinion, popular taste, etc.," a figurative use first attested in Carlyle (1831). Mainstream media attested by 1980 in language of U.S. leftists critical of coverage of national affairs.
The prevailing current or direction of a movement or influence: “The candidate's speech represented the mainstream thinking on economic policy.”
Conventional; materialistic: It's a mainstream movie; don't waste your time (1980s+ Students)