Definition of hippy-dippy in English:

hippy-dippy

Syllabification: hip·py-dip·py
Pronunciation: /ˌhipēˈdipē
 
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adjective

informal
Rejecting conventional practices or behavior in a way perceived to be vague and unconsidered or foolishly idealistic: despite her hippy-dippy reputation, discipline seems to be the key to her success
More example sentences
  • Back in the hippy-dippy, pre-baby days, when I was full of high ideals and energy, I vowed, ‘No television!’
  • This hippy-dippy, tie-dyed, rainbow-loving, granola-eating, unicorn-riding, flitting through the arugula garden look is just not working for you.
  • Their group, an almost perfect balance of attentive Euro-efficiency and hippy-dippy tree-hugging, just exuded low carbon emissions.

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