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parasitic
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The Fountainhead
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  • He is a parasite in motive and makes parasites of those he serves.
  • There’s nothing like a good hot bath to make one feel like a parasite.
  • I’ve been a parasite all my life.
  • The parasite faces nature through an intermediary.
  • The parasite’s concern is the conquest of men.
  • The parasite lives second-hand.
  • He is a parasite in motive and makes parasites of those he serves.
  • And here man faces his basic alternative: he can survive in only one of two ways—by the independent work of his own mind or as a parasite fed by the minds of others.
  • The parasite borrows.
  • He spoke slowly and without pity: "Howard, I’m a parasite.

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  • She picked up a parasitic infection while in Africa.
  • parasitic vines that strangle the trees

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