lifestyler

lifestyler

(ˈlaɪfˌstaɪlə)
n
informal a person who adopts a particular lifestyle: new lifestyler; vampire lifestyler.
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Retail clothing store specializing in designer & custom micro lingerie targeted toward the Lifestyler and Alternative community.
With regard to sexuality, Brekhus (2003) identified three gay identities, the gay lifestyler or peacock, the gay commuter or chameleon, and the gay integrator or centaur.
Conversely, prominent activists and members of the campaign leadership would often clarify at the start of their public address, either explicitly or implicitly, that they had been in the Valley 'two nanoseconds', that they were 'more a lifestyler than a farmer in the Valley' and that previously they 'didn't know people from a bar of soap'.
This lifestyler has a lot of emotional appeal, is extremely enjoyable to drive and can handle the goods when required.
* a 'lifestyler' was a mid-career worker who was reluctant to give up RDOs;
Four orientations were uncovered: the entrepreneur, the idealist, the 'lifestyler' and the latecomer.
It is basically a jacked-up standard C3 with lots of stick-on bits, including blistered arches and the like, to make it look like an off-road lifestyler.
Now that we have numerous sources of research data we've started measuring just how much more engaged the Rural Lifestyler is--in the topic and in society.
My guess he'd probably bristle at being called a Rural Lifestyler instead of a farmer.
Paulsen Marketing refers to a "Rural Lifestyler" as someone who is living the country life but not necessarily trying to make a living at it.
Services: Surveys of agricultural media usage by growers, producers, and rural lifestylers, as well as marketing research
"It is essential all farmers, including lifestylers, register their cattle and deer in NAIT and record all animal movements.