Definition of unhip in English:

unhip

Line breaks: un¦hip
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhɪp
 
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adjective (unhipper, unhippest)

informal
Unaware of current fashions or trends.
More example sentences
  • For those of you who are woefully unhip to the ways of the Internet, this ancient tradition (adhered to by almost no one but me) means that the proprietor of the weblog is swamped and won't be posting much for a while.
  • And since jazz wasn't taken seriously enough to be a scholarly subject outside of music departments, academics who did write about it had to eschew the unhip scholarly apparatus and take notes on the scene.
  • It became very unhip to consider things through military eyes.

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