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Definition of "parroted" [parroted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of parrot. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "parroted" in a sentence
  • "Sarah Palin parroted what she was given to read over and over again."
  • "General Petraus and Ambassador Crocker will ostensibly report in September to President Bush, not the American people, that we are gaining ground, that “benchmarks”, that word parroted in stumbling appearances again and again by our mindless, gibbering, on-message Simian in Chief, are being met and that if we will only commit to six more months and thousands more troops Iraq will bloom into a burgeoning democracy in the middle east, a willing donor of crude oil to the free world."
  • "But those doing analysis, particularly analysis on what the disaster means for other nuclear facilities, have simply parroted the nuclear industry's fact sheets -- "nothing to worry about here.""
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