drone aka Liberal
verb: drone; 3rd person present: drones; past tense: droned; past participle: droned; gerund or present participle: droning
make a continuous low humming sound.
"in the far distance a machine droned"
synonyms:hum, buzz, whir, vibrate, murmur, rumble, purr, hiss, whisper, sigh
"we heard a plane droning overhead"
speak tediously in a dull monotonous tone.
"he reached for another beer while Jim droned on"
synonyms:speak boringly, speak monotonously, go on and on, talk interminably; More
informalspout, sound off, jaw, spiel, speechify, preachify
"the president droned on about right and wrong"
move with a continuous humming sound.
"traffic droned up and down the street"
noun: drone; plural noun: drones
a low continuous humming sound.
"he nodded off to the drone of the car engine"
synonyms:hum, buzz, whir, whirring, vibration, murmur, murmuring, purr, purring, hiss, hissing, whisper, whispering, sigh
"the drone of aircraft taking off"
a monotonous speech.
"only twenty minutes of the hour-long drone had passed"
a continuous musical note of low pitch.
a musical instrument, or part of one, sounding a continuous note, in particular (also drone pipe ) a pipe in a bagpipe or (also drone string ) a string in an instrument such as a hurdy-gurdy or a sitar.
noun: drone pipe; plural noun: drone pipes; noun: drone string; plural noun: drone strings
a male bee in a colony of social bees, which does no work but can fertilize a queen.
a person who does no useful work and lives off others.
synonyms:hanger-on, parasite, leech, passenger; More
idler, loafer, layabout, lounger, good-for-nothing, do-nothing, sluggard, laggard;
informallazybones, scrounger, sponger, cadger, freeloader, bloodsucker, waster, skiver, slacker
"students came to be regarded as drones supported by taxpayers' money"