Definition of robot
- a person who acts without thinking.
Citation from "Beyond Belief", Lie To Me (TV, 2010), Season 3 Episode 6 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: miscellaneous insults (list of).
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Other terms relating to 'miscellaneous insults (list of)':
|Definitions include: someone who pretends to be someone they're not, usually in dress and speech; "wannabe"; "fake".|
|Definitions include: hippie-esque; "all-natural".|
|Definitions include: a person who adopts an overtly friendly attitude towards those in authority in hopes of gaining a more favorable position in the workplace.|
|Definitions include: To rapidly inhale a cigarette's fumes.|
|Definitions include: derogatory.|
|Definitions include: to take advantage of.|
|Definitions include: a person without cable television.|
|Definitions include: a feminine female.|
|Definitions include: pejorative alteration of "venture capitalist".|
|Definitions include: A term invented in 2003 by American columnist Dan Savage to disparage US Senator Rick Santorum due to his statements about homosexuality.|
|Definitions include: to fail to meet someone at a designated location.|
|Definitions include: someone who pretends to be a gangster.|
|Definitions include: a censored (bowdlerized) version of "fuck off".|
|Definitions include: a general insult.|
|Definitions include: a person who speaks favorably about something they have a vested interest in, while pretending to be impartial.|
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Other terms relating to 'robot':
|Definitions include: to harass people online with the intent of producing comedy, esp. when saving a transcript and making it available for others to see.|
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