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Sentence count:17Posted:2017-04-03Updated:2017-04-03
Similar words: cultureculturedmonoculturemass cultureagricultureaquaculturehorticulturecounterMeaning: n. a culture with lifestyles and values opposed to those of the established culture. 
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1) As a member of the counterculture I had tried to get excited by the New Games in which no one loses.
2) The relationship of progressive rock and the counterculture is thus uneasy and internally contradictory.
3) In rejecting the reductionism of rationalism, the counterculture was so deeply anti-intellectual that it forfeited access to its own history.
4) The environmental group had its roots in the counterculture of the 1960s.
5) Within the counterculture, moreover, the response to each of the songs would have been different among different subgroups.
6) In 1976 the counterculture still had a solid beachhead in Athens, Ohio.
7) Brilliant and thoroughly counterculture, Kaczynski is a dream crime suspect for our 1990s infotainment-please society.
8) Johnnie had been an example of a pervasive counterculture phenomenon,[http://sentencedict.com/counterculture.html] a rebellious student but by accident a great educator.
9) JS Judah, Hare Krishna and the Counterculture (1975).
10) Not everyone joined the counterculture, not everyone demonstrated, dropped out, took drugs, or dodged the draft.
11) "I think it's a bit of a counterculture movement against the body-beautiful thing at the moment, " Maddocks says of the renewed interest in nudism.
12) A thriving counterculture strikes back at an uncaring society, rebelling with words, music and often violence.
13) How, in that case, could late 1960s progressive rock be specific to the counterculture?
14) John McWhorter, a linguist and controversialist of mixed liberal and conservative views, sees the triumph of 1960s counterculture as responsible for the decline of formal English.
15) A young person, especially a member of a rebellious counterculture group.
16) But in the 1960 s a new force developed called the counterculture.
17) An eccentric or nonconformist person, especially a member of a counterculture.
More similar words: cultureculturedmonoculturemass cultureagricultureaquaculturehorticulturecountercounterfeiterencountercountermandcounteractcounterfeitcountervailcounterpartmulticulturalcounterpointculturalcultural lagcountertransferencecounterrevolutionaryagriculturalacculturationbounty huntercountesscountenanceintercoursesexual intercourseherculeancount
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