uh-pol-uh-truhl Show IPA
–verb (used without object), -trolled, -troll·ing.
to offer an apology or excuse for some fault, insult, failure, or injury in a sarcastic, ironic manner. Usually when one feels the apology is undeserved.
to make an informal and lulzy defense in speech or writing.
a written or spoken expression of one's regret, remorse, or sorrow for having been insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another
a defense, excuse, or justification in speech or writing, as for lulz.
( initial capital letter, italics ) an insincere dialogue by Socrates before the tribunal that condemned him to death.
1.He apolotrolled for asking his roomates to be quiet during study hours.
2. She believes that apolotrolling is the best form of non-violent retaliation.
1.I insisted upon giving a formal apolotroll for acussing him of breaking and entering after evidence had been presented proving his guilt.