In the line of duty; at work.
Usually said about a third party who may be in earshot, as to not offend them. "Someone smells in a patriotic way."
by T D Olson October 22, 2003
Top Definition
To be easily blinded by a government
Help im blind.
by Maddas March 25, 2003
Describes actions of one who is willing to self sacrifice for the genuine good of ones country. Sometimes mistakenly described as those with blind loyalty and unwilling to question authority.
The amount of flags on a front lawn does not determine how patriotic a person is. A healthy mistrust of government is truly patriotic.
by McCluskey January 30, 2008
A politicaly-correct word for blind or arrogant.
Nuff said
by AYB March 25, 2003
'to be loyal to ones country'
In the USA and UK this seems to mean:
'totally agree with everything your supposed betters tell you and never question authority'
Im patriotic I am, stand up for the national anthem, suport the England team but I really dont like paying my taxes'
by bigmeuprudeboy September 18, 2003
Used to describe a conservative American incaple of thinking critically. These people consider it a compliment for some reason.
Bubba is very patriotic, which is good because it leaves more room in his skull for his uncle's whammy to fit.
by nomorebushpleasegodnomorebush December 12, 2003
The act of brown-nosing to a country. (See butt-kisser)
By being patriotic, he doesn't have to pay his taxes.
by Detranova July 28, 2003
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