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- n. A person who mindlessly repeats what he or she has heard.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who simply repeats what he has heard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who merely repeats what has been learned by rote; one who servilely adopts the language or opinions of others.
It is also safer: He will never risk losing his life like Terry Loyd, or Anna Politkovskaya -he is much too valuable as a parroter of the official story line.
While I often remind everyone because almost no one else does that professional anti-evolutionists are anything but clueless, I had no problem assuming that Coulter was indeed just a clueless parroter.
Boynton, as always, is a mere parroter of conventional phrases, and the objections of the ladies fade imperceptibly into a pious indignation which is indistinguishable from that of the professional suppressors of vice.
10 "Nick Robinson is little more than a parroter of government lines .."
4, Nick Robinson is little more than a parroter of government lines or a stater of the blindingly obvious.
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