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Today's word is youthquake, spelled as one word Y-O-U-T-H-Q-U-A-K-E.

Youthquake is a noun that means a shift in cultural norms influenced by the values, tastes, and mores of young people. Here is the word used in a sentence by Maureen Ryan in the Huffington Post.

"There have been innumerable situations in which the senior employees of Don’s firm have seemed unwilling or unable to truly understand the changes the world was going through. They tried to harness the energy of the youthquake of the ‘60s here and there, but the true import of all the cultural and social changes of the last decade more or less passed them by."

The 1960s were a time of seismic social upheaval brought about by young people bent on shaking up the establishment. From politics to fashion to music, the ways of youth produced far-reaching cultural changes. Linguistically, the sixties saw the addition to English of words such as flower child, peacenik, hippie, love beads, trippy, vibe, freak-out, and love-in. Not surprisingly, they also saw the emergence of youthquake. Although commonly attributed to Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, an earlier use of youthquake in print comes from a 1966 article in McCall's: "the youthquake, as some call it, has swept both sides of the Atlantic."

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[Homework]2015-06-08 How to Use a Word

today's word is youthquake.spell doesn't one word :y o u t h q u a k e .
youthquake is an noun.that means a shift of culture nauce infuluently by the value taste and more race of young people.

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[Homework]2015-06-08 How to Use a Word

[url=]Today’s word is youthquake, spelled as one word Y-O-U-T-H-Q-U-A-K-E. Youthquake is a noun that means a shift in culture norms influenced by the value tastes and more race of young people. Here is the word in the sentence by Murrin Ryan in XXX Post.[/url]
“There have been in newmable situations in which the senior employees of Dong’s Firm have seemed unwilling or unable to truly understand the changes world was going through. They try to harness the energy of the youthquake of the 60s here and there, but the true import of the cultural and social changes of last decade more or less passed by.”
The 1960s were a time of XXX social XXX brought by young people bent on shaking up the establishment. From the politics to fashion to music, the ways of youth produced far reaching culture changes. Linguistically the 60s saw the addition to the English of word such as flowerchild, XX, XX, love beans, XX, vibe, freak-out, and love-in. Not surprisingly they also saw the emergence of the word youthquake. Although commonly attributed to vogue editor Dian Freeland an early use of the youthquake in print comes from a 1966 article in Macao with this sentence” the youthquake as someone call it has swapped both side of the aritlantic. ”


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