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psychedelic

, psychodelic
1. relating to or denoting new or altered perceptions or sensory experiences, as through the use of hallucinogenic drugs
2. denoting any of the drugs, esp LSD, that produce these effects
3. Informal (of painting, fabric design, etc.) having the vivid colours and complex patterns popularly associated with the visual effects of psychedelic states

psychedelic

[‚sī·kə′del·ik]
(psychology)
Of, pertaining to, or producing a psychic state.
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And any of those styles can be psychedelically animated.
Hippies were further popularized in the mainstream press as rebellious youth, dismissive of authority, anti-Vietnam activists, psychedelically crazed, and advocates of free love and rock and roll.
With an incredible cast of cameos including Robert Mitchum, John Hurt, Billy Bob Thornton and Iggy Pop as a cross-dressing fur trapper, it's a black and white-shot, elegiac odyssey bordering on the psychedelically dream-like, with a soundtrack by Neil Young.
On the dance floor, just as psychedelically attired dancers, most of them from Shiamak Davar's celebrated troupe, synchronised their moves.
All are psychedelically profound, but his eager curiosity is most evident whenever he steadies his camera long enough to let a seahorse flit across the screen.
A clearer indication still of possible psychedelically induced ESP, even in comparison to control conditions, where used, comes from the clairvoyance and telepathy designs, with the exception only of the Asperen de Boer et al.
Today, a stream of psychedelically decorated lorries roar up and down the 41-kilometer metalled road between Jamrud and the Afghan border laden with goods on their way to the baras, the smugglers' markets in the Pakistani towns below the Pass.
The book is finely researched, wildly imaginative, psychedelically colorful, and so well written that Swinburne's poetry fits into the song of the prose with an air of being at home; can I give Hand higher praise?
The series about a fatherless family of six who form a rock band and tour the country in a psychedelically painted school bus never drew blockbuster ratings, but was a huge hit with young viewers and others who found it an entertaining diversion from news of the Vietnam War.
Considered a kids' classic since its 1971 release, it has a dark underside that can be disturbing to youngsters who look below the movie's psychedelically colored surface.
From its Flying Friesian, psychedelically coloured, converted American school bus, Ben & Jerry's plans to serve up its latest ice cream range, which includes the Full Vermonty, Berry N'ice' and Half Baked.
Contrastingly again, from Australia, a name like that of Richard Neville features (along with a then often psychedelically clad celebrity and TV intellectual presence like Germaine Greer) .