(Slang) A person or thing that is weird, strange, odd, bizarre, etc.
An outlaw; a rebel.
A Confederate soldier.
(In the 1960s; still widely used in reference to that era) One who chooses not to conform to prevailing social norms: especially one who ascribes to values or actions such as acceptance or self-practice of recreational drug use, liberal or radical sexual mores, advocacy of communal living, strong pacifism or anti-war sentiment, etc.
(Physics) A disk or wheel having its axis of revolution displaced from its center so that it is capable of imparting reciprocating motion.
A British Protestant who does not belong to the Anglican Church; Nonconformist
A person, especially a member or follower of the Beat Generation, whose behavior, views, and often style of dress are pointedly unconventional.
A person who formally opposes the current political structure, opposes the political group in power, opposes the policies of the political group in power, or opposes current laws.
One who rebels against the established system:
One who prefers to be independent of others, as by living or working alone
A person who advocates political, religious, or racial separation
A supporter of any of several liberal parties.
The belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers, regarded as creating and governing the universe:
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