Definition of follow-my-leader noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

follow-my-leader

 noun
noun
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(North American English follow-the-leader
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a children's game in which one player is the 'leader' and the others must do exactly what the leader does, such as jumping, holding out their hands, etc. The phrase is sometimes used to refer to people who do what they are told to do without thinking about it She warned investors that playing follow-the-leader gets you nowhere.

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