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idollator

idollator
 n.— «The new movie “Lars and the Real Girl” is pulling back the curtain on an unusual world where people find companionship in the arms of eerily lifelike silicone dolls.…But the Internet has also enabled doll owners to find each other and, as it has in many other areas of modern life, to form a community. They fondly call each other “idollators.”» —“People find a lot of love in their Realdolls” by John Wilkens San Diego Union-Tribune (California) Oct. 28, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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