An upper-class town or suburb populated by materialistic people; the men are souless strivers and the women who are automatons.

The fictional town of Stepford, Connecticut actually is Darien, Connecticut, so-called by Ira Levin in his novel "The Stepford Wives" as it is near Stamford, Connecticut, thus: a "Step" from Stam-"ford." Darien is the home of many rich executives and professionals who commute to New York City.

"'Stepford' is the fictional upper-class Connecticut town inhabited by men with animatronic spouses in Ira Levin's slyly satirical 'The Stepford Wives.'"
Por Twathenge 14 de abril de 2006
Someone who seems perfect such as the ideal employee.
My job is all kinds of quiet. Nothin but stepford fools workin there.
Por DataLoft 19 de septiembre de 2005
see: stepford wife it comes from a movie, The Stepford Wives, and is usually used in reference to politicians' wifes.

Some will say H. Clinton, others will say L. Bush
I doubt any would say it for Kerry's wife.
His wife just sits there while he spits shizzy.
Por JRW 24 de enero de 2005

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