love-in

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love-in (plural love-ins)

  1. a social gathering to promote love and feelings of well-being
    • 1977, New York Magazine (volume 10, number 23, 6 June 1977, page 76)
      Sara Davidson traces the varying paths she and two friends followed from their undergraduate years at Berkeley through sit-ins and love-ins; grass and acid; the Kennedys and the Beatles; the sexual revolution and the woman's movement.

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