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Stepford

/ˈstɛpˌfəd/
adjective (informal, derogatory)
1.
blandly conformist and submissive: a Stepford employee
noun
2.
Stepford wife, a married woman who submits to her husband's will and is preoccupied by domestic concerns and her own personal appearance
Word Origin
C20: from The Stepford Wives (1972), a book by US writer Ira Levin which depicted a neighbourhood in which men turn their wives into placid and obedient robots
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Contemporary definitions for stepford
adjective

pertaining to a person with a conforming and compliant attitude, much like a robot

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