Definition of sheeple in English:

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sheeple

Pronunciation: /SHēpəl/

plural noun

informal, derogatory
People compared to sheep in being docile, foolish, or easily led: by the time the sheeple wake up and try to change things, it will be too late
More example sentences
  • Don't hold your breath waiting for most of the sheeple to wake up.
  • The main difference being just the language employed to baffle the sheeple.
  • I don't possess pack instinct, I'm not a sheeple.

Origin

1940s: blend of sheep and people.

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Syllabification: shee·ple

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