the practice of doing what other people suggest, rather than taking the lead


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  • Follow something up

    verb phrase

  • Follow the crowd

    Go along with the majority, do what most others are doing. For example, Make your own decision—don’t just follow the crowd.

  • Follow-the-leader

    noun 1. a child’s game in which players, one behind the other, follow a leader and must repeat or follow everything he or she does.

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