verb (used with object)
Origin of parrot
Related formspar·rot·like, adjectivepar·rot·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for parrot
Oliver bares his soul as he highlights comments in which he is compared to a parrot and knocked for mocking an unremarkable soda.Viral Video of the Day: John Oliver Reads Your YouTube Comments|Alex Chancey|September 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Finally the guy gets fed up and throws the parrot in the freezer to punish him.
There's the parrot, wings wrapped around himself, shivering.
Rudoren is a journalist for the New York Times and has a responsibility to evaluate rather than parrot.
With four other children, two more dogs, a parrot, and a cat back on the island, I was desperate to get home.
It no sooner knew that Mrs. Ben Wah wanted a parrot than it hustled about to supply one at once.The Battle with the Slum|Jacob A. Riis.
Properly a parrot; applied in England to the green wood-pecker (Gecinus viridis).
Olo means fort and Senga a parrot, and hence the island was called Olosenga—the fort or refuge of parrots.Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before|George Turner
The parrot is a universal favourite and is to be found in nearly every house.Vagaries|Axel Munthe
They divided the corn into two halves, and the Cat put her half away somewhere, and the Parrot carried his half to his nest.The Talking Thrush|William Crooke