• WordNet 3.6
    • n hipster someone who rejects the established culture; advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle
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In literature:

Though the Well was peopled by chattering hipsters of the Bay Area counterculture, it was by no means a "digital underground" board.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling

In news:

Hipsters vs Dinosaurs in Caitlin Burns's McCarren Park.
See young hipsters, real kids with attitude and style.
THE CROWD College students and Hoboken-area hipsters, as well as older Cubans from surrounding towns.
Portland ethnicity is not "a hipster with a food cart selling nouvelle Asian-fusion jerk chicken".
Hipster irony is only painful and bad 99 percent of the time.
Thanks to Vetstreet, we already know what to buy our hipster dogs for the holidays, but how should we dress them.
Packed with hipsters and a diverse crowd that feels hella Oakland, Sunday brunch here is a party.
What It Means That Urban Hipsters Like Staring at Pictures of Cabins.
I t's not unusual to see a line around the block on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, Calif, and it typically heralds a much anticipated shoe release or a coveted hipster collaboration.
Though it's usually a pastime for cottonheads in Catholic churches, hipster bars have started playing host to B-I-N-G-O.
Hipsters and Latino culture in the Mission.
JOHANNESBURG — Sections of Johannesburg's notoriously murderous downtown have been remade into an African hipster paradise.
The hipster pop enigma brings a Williamsburg sensibility to Camelot in her long-awaited new clip.
Hipster parents want pop tots But is raising a Mini-Me cool for the kids.
Police catch ' Hipster Bandit'.