Definition of folkie in English:

folkie

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Pronunciation: /ˈfəʊki
 
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noun

informal
A singer, player, or fan of folk music: the record’s pretty good for an old folkie [as modifier]: folkie bands
More example sentences
  • Nine artists - ranging from electronic acts, folkies and experimental rockers - gather on this album to pay tribute to Black Sabbath.
  • But there's a lot more of John Lennon's pensive melodicism than Paul Simon's simpering folkie affectation in Smith's music.
  • There was the icy refusal to be claimed by folkies, protesters, rockers, popsters or, indeed, anybody.

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