verb (used with object)
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Origin of parrot
OTHER WORDS FROM parrotpar·rot·like, adjectivepar·rot·y, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for parrot
First, all three essentially parroted each other by first offering up some scary comments on Ebola.
Liebman calls it a “lie” that was frequently “parroted” by legislators on the floor of the state House and Senate.
In recent years, this idea has been parroted so often that it's become known as the “Washington consensus.”
It does not follow that opinions must be merely parroted because they are never heard controverted.On Liberty|John Stuart Mill
"Prosecution agrees to accept the present court," Goodham parroted.Lone Star Planet|Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
And in the meantime his paid mouthpieces parroted everywhere the words in which they had been drilled.Winner Take All|Larry Evans
Here is an old one whose sentiments have been often parroted by unthinking humans of modern times.
Obligingly she parroted over to Fibsy the lingo of the message.The Mark of Cain|Carolyn Wells