tree hugger

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tree hugger derogatory term for environmentalists who support restrictions on the logging industry and the preservation of forests
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Usage


In news:

Not even in Minnesota, land of 10,000 tree huggers.
To cut or not to cut is the question, but, as usual, the answer is not always black or white, chainsaw or shovel, tree hugger or developer.
(McKhann) No so long ago, I thought people who were into cross-country skiing were either tree huggers or wierdos, or likely both.
NEW YORK — Squatting on the roof of a row house with a panoramic view of the sewage plants and warehouses that surround the South Bronx, James Wells sounds like a tree-hugger.
Earth Day 2011, Tree- Hugger Edition.
The Redneck tree hugger .
Tree- hugger lives atop Redwood to save forest.
Ha the tree-hugger gets it.
This perp is no tree-hugger.
Barack Obama attends tree-hugger event in a 22-vehicle motorcade.
A tree hugger tries to reach out and embrace a really tall tree only to come up short.
I think it's time to stop being held captive by the Middle East oil countries as well as the tree huggers and produce our own oil.
Food and Drink Activities for Tree Huggers.
Are you a Birkenstock-wearing, self-professed tree-hugger.
Why won't tree-huggers let us have anything nice.
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