Did you by any chance mean parting?
- v. present participle of parrot.
“For legitimate news sources to be covering her parroting is an insult to serious journalists and policy experts. wendy”
“Every time a Michael Bay related story pops up I see the same exact parroting from the previous one.”
“Since you cannot possibly have done (A), and you cannot deny (B), you must be once again parroting some talking point you've recently heard.”
“Indeed, parroting is a difficult profession and requires the mastery of many tricks of the trade -- what to eat; how to find mates; what sort of nest to build, and where; how to evade predators (especially with such anti-Darwinianly bright-colored plumage); and so on.”
“# 20-What an intriguing idea, holding MCM* responsible for its role in parroting maladministration propaganda.”
“Opposition politicians said the president was merely "parroting" his own promises.”
“May 16th, 2008 6: 41 pm ET so what? it's a dumb, 'parroting', slogan, just like hillary's 'yes we can'. these campaigns have no idea how to reach the american people, without trying to copy the slogans, of another candidate. how old and lame. the same way your administrations would work. no wonder obama's having a cakewalk with these morons. david W. Lewis Houston Tx”
“By the way, "parroting" is the one thing I try to avoid.”
“Tsvangirai's claim to leadership Thursday, accusing him of "parroting”
“We speak of people "parroting" things, as when Harriet Harpic parrots the communist party line, but some strains of parrots actually have conversations with people.”
Looking for tweets for parroting.