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(i) A person who advances their position or status by unthinkingly conforming with prevailing opinion.

(ii) A contemporary pagan (as opposed to pre-Christian era pagans)

(iii) A member of a clandestine political organisation

(iv) A lover of meetings and official diktats

(v) A left-wing freemason


For example: The pleubine sat and delivered the latest EU ruling on Human Rights Law.

pleubinic: adjective

pleubinisation: noun

pleubinely: adverb

From: L pl (pleb) eu: EU (undemocratic supranational power)
bine: bind.


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