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Pre-programmed, lacking authenticity.
This term is borrowed from the fictional suburb of Stepford, Connecticut in Ira Levin's 1972 novel, The Stepford Wives, later made into movies (in 1975 and 2004).

Society replaces its children with attractive robotic dolls devoid of emotion or thought.
1.) She's such a stepford child, she will do anything her parents tell her to do.

2.) I just got back from the mall, the stepford children are all buying the same clothes.
by SLim de Marko March 24, 2016
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