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- n. a person who name-drops
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Someone who pretends that famous people are his/her friends. Someone who namedrops.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who pretends that famous people are his/her friends
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We'll have a bit more later on the PDC in general, but at the risk of being called a namedropper again, today I had ...
You need to be able to be influential without being a namedropper.
Buckley was a bon vivant with luxurious tastes, a prolific author of best-selling novels as well as serious nonfiction, a sportsman most gleeful on icy slopes and navigating through a gale, a world-class namedropper, a refined musicologist (and self-taught harpsichord player) and a lover of big words (a sesquipedalian, as he might say).
See, I only know her as the author of my favourite book - I've never even read her other ones because I'm frightened they might be rubbish and so I wouldn't appreciate namedropper in the same way again : But after writing this post I thought I'd actually do some research and it seems like she's REALLY famous and I'm a moron for not knowing it sooner. sigh.
I don't want to be a namedropper, so I'm not going list all the terrific skiffy writers who attended.
Oh, that Lindsay Waters -- whatta blog-namedropper he is.
I remember having lunch with TBogg and Digby last year namedropper.
Metro will tell you what a horrible namedropper I am, but click back to February and see for yourself.
The Edge is namedropper Nirvana, ego echo chamber, closed system, End of All Error and, evidently, of all error-checking.
Well during the original Q and A session (which I will post when the film opens) I found him to be a fascinating man, and quite the namedropper as well.
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