Definition of hippyish in English:

hippyish

adjective

  • See hippy

    • ‘This group included a hippyish contingent, joined in a soothing hum.’
    • ‘If blowing fruit-scented smoke rings is faintly hippyish, taking a trip through the Wadi Rum desert is full-blown bohemianism.’
    • ‘It's embarrassing how many pathetic people from my UCD English class were sitting around at Marlay Park being vile and hippyish.’
    • ‘Mason wishes the band had been around in the 1970s, where they would have been left alone to do their hippyish thing.’
    • ‘I do like the guy, especially that he still maintains his hippyish, anarchy in the UK attitude.’