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robocall

robocall
 n.— «These women actually believed that a campaign robocall was Arnold himself calling, and from the excitement that her story generated it was clear that people love getting woken up by celebrities.» —by Alexandra Pelosi  in Napoleon, Ohio Sneaking Into the Flying Circus Oct. 31, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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