Definition of Follow somebody off a cliff

1. Verb. To follow (a leader or ''de facto'' leader) without question or thought, with disastrous consequences ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Follow Somebody Off A Cliff

follow'd
follow-on
follow-ons
follow-the-leader
follow-through
follow-throughs
follow-up
follow-up studies
follow-up study
follow-ups
follow in someone's footsteps
follow on
follow one's bliss
follow ons
follow out
follow somebody off a cliff (current term)
follow suit
follow through
follow up
follow up on
followable
followday
followdays
followed
followed by
followed on
followed up
follower
followers
followership

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