Definition of dittohead in English:

dittohead

Syllabification: dit·to·head
Pronunciation: /ˈditōˌhed
 
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noun

US informal , derogatory
An unquestioning supporter of an idea or opinion as expressed by a particular person, organization, etc. from your posts, it’s obvious that you are a highly partisan dittohead unable to think for yourself
More example sentences
  • She was obviously a true-believing dittohead and really looked to him for wisdom.
  • Go back to your dittohead hate radio and spare us your ignorant fascist tirades.
  • Unfortunately, touching this issue at all is toxic, since many assume you are some sort of dittohead for regarding it as a valid policy concern.

Origin

1990s: from ditto and -head2, with reference to fans of the US conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh, who would often begin their calls to the program with expressions based on the word 'ditto'.

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