Definition of Parroter

1. n. One who simply repeats what he has heard.



Definition of Parroter

1. Noun. A person who mindlessly repeats what he or she has heard. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Parroter

1. one that parrots [n -S] - See also: parrots

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parroter

parrot's beak
parrot's bill
parrot-beak nail
parrot-fashion
parrot cries
parrot cry
parrot disease
parrot fever
parrot jaw
parrot mouth
parrot snake
parrot virus
parrotbill
parrotbills
parroted
parroter (current term)
parroters
parrotfinch
parrotfinches
parrotfishes
parrothouse
parrothouses
parroting
parrotlet
parrotlets
parrotlike
parrotries
parrotry
parrots

Literary usage of Parroter

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1. The Wedding Day in Literature and Art: A Collection of the Best Descriptions by Charles Frederick Carter (1900)
"They stood very much in awe of an official in a sort of gown who was known as the " parroter," and whose function it was to show people to pews on ..."

2. A Book of Prefaces by Henry Louis Mencken (1917)
"Sherman is the only one of them who shows any intelligible reasoning. Boynton, as always, is a mere parroter of conventional phrases, ..."

3. Contributions to Natural History and Papers on Other Subjects by James Simson (1875)
"The education which my father gave me was in itself much more fitted for training me to know [like a ' parroter '] than to do. Not that he was unaware of my ..."

4. Contributions to Natural History and Papers on Other Subjects by James Simson (1878)
"The education which my father gave me was in itself much more fitted for training me to know [like a ' parroter '] than to do. Not that he was unaware of my ..."

5. Notice des tableaux exposés dans les galeries du Musée impérial du Louvre by Musée du Louvre, Frédéric Villot (1862)
"... afin de le faire traiter, il se perça de neuf coups d'épée, croyant qu'on venait ParrOter pour le conduire en prison. — Parmi ses disciples,on cite ..."

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