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  • noun One who has New Age beliefs.


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New Age +‎ -er


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  • The rest of the state calls it the People's Republic of Boulder, and it's got every possible kind of New Ager and falafel stand and street musician.

    Futures Imperfect Willis, Connie 1994

  • He says, Just what I was afraid of—some New Ager as crazy as your brother.

    The New Yorker Stories Ann Beattie 2010

  • Nor is Ellen Christian, she is a paganish New Ager.

    The Gays Are Winning: Why That Spells Doom for the Religious Right 2008

  • Those worried that the tough-love doctor has become a mealy-mouthed New Ager needn't fear.

    The Little One Said 'Roll Over' 2007

  • I have an aversion to the use of the word “evolve” to signify anything other than its strictly Darwinian sense, partially because my mother is an insufferable New Ager.

    EP089: Bean There 2007

  • If he were pagan, he would be blasted for Fluffy-ness firmly back into the New Ager seats in the religions stadium.

    waterdiluted Diary Entry waterdiluted 2006


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