Definitions

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  • n. One who uses or advocates Macintosh computers.

Etymologies

Mac (“a Macintosh computer”) +‎ -tard (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The debate has raged for years over whether Macs are worth their premium price, peppered with epithets such as "Mactard," "Windoze," and the like.

    Channel Register

  • Dumbass Maczealots would buy even a turd with the Apple logo, so until the RDF generator works well and the “A-list” Mactard bloggers hype enough, there will be some market for Apple. reply

    Apple: What Could Go Wrong

  • Typical Mactard ignorance, arrogance and pretentiousness. reply sk

    Of Course You’ll Keep Developing For The iPhone

  • Besides, up until now every Mactard justifies every lock-in as caring about the "user experience".

    TheAppleBlog

  • P. S: I am a recent Mac convert Mactard myself and will definitely try out the iwork. com option even if I have to pay.

    Avastu Blog - Sustainable Global Clouds

  • First, a disclosure: I'm a Mac fan, a fanboi, a Mactard, a Mac addict - depending upon your point of view.

    The Register

  • I came so close to digging you up, then you had to call me a Mactard ...

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • - If you're reading this, there's at least a 50 percent chance you or someone you know is a complete Mactard.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • If you're reading this, there's at least a 50 percent chance you or someone you know is a complete Mactard.

    Gizmodo

  • As a Mactard, I've found that iTunes is the easiest way to grab goodies but with Amazon coming up behind I might be swayed.

    TechCrunch

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