unhip

un·hip

 (ŭn-hĭp′)
adj. Slang
Not aware of or following the latest fashions or developments.

unhip

(ʌnˈhɪp)
adj, unhipper or unhippest
slang not at all fashionable or up to date: my terminally unhip parents.
Translations

unhip

[ˌʌnˈhɪp] ADJfuera de onda, que no está en la onda

unhip

[ˈʌnhɪp] adjringard(e)

unhip

adj (inf)unmodern; to be unhipnicht in sein (inf)
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Not only were trumpets, flutes and shakers spotted on the WMC stage during this joyous 90-minute performance, but that most unhip of '80s hybrids the keytar even made an appearance at one point.
ANDY WILLIAMS: IN THE ARMS OF LOVE / HONEY / HAPPY HEART / TOGETHER WITH ANDY WILLIAMS (BEAT GOES ON) Though to many Andy Williams was square and unhip, he managed to stay in the game by adapting to the vicissitudes of the time and its changing tastes.
I recall that 'My Old Man's A Dustman' by the equally unhip skiffle king Lonnie Donegan topped the charts for four weeks in April 1960.
I'm so painfully unhip in my music taste I didn't recognise many of the other acts but I'm sure those in their 20s would be fully versed.
willing to risk looking "banal or melodramatic or naive or unhip or
It's set in Greenwich Village, 1959, where the tragically unhip Walter, who longs to be a beatnik, finds unexpected fame with his sculpture Dead Cat.
She's wearing the same red flannel PJs with unhip penguin design, and getting blotto on a bottle of white wine.
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Charles Saerang: Shaking Off 'Jamu's' Unhip Image".
The unhip, unstylish, unacceptable 'other' is presented in contrast to the in-group individual who knows how to shop well.
Such is the standard complaint of adolescence: one's parents are hopelessly uncool, unsexy, and unhip.
He was what we used to call a mope--a nobody, somebody so incredibly unhip, so disaffected, that you wouldn't even want to be seen talking to him.