Noun(1) a male servant (especially a footman(2) a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage
(1) In July 1702 he was offered the post of organist at Sangerhausen but was thwarted by the reigning duke, who preferred a candidate of his own choice; for several months thereafter he occupied his time as a lackey and violinist at Weimar.(2) he denied that he was the lackey of the Chief Secretary to the Treasury(3) He's a stark contrast to the new men in Penelope's life: though Herb fancies himself a man's man, his total admiration of Harold results is his becoming a sycophantic lackey who takes on the role of surrogate wife.(4) Simon Trinder turns Teodoro's lackey into a bundle of popeyed, inventive energy.(5) We already have a President and the Rodent is his biggest crawling, lick-spittle lackey .(6) I know Blair has many well paid advisers, but here is a bit of free advice: if you are going to hire a lackey and a yes man, then hire a clever one who understands the importance of subtlety.(7) King Idris is involved, of course, this place could not exist without his permission, but he is a mere lackey .(8) Was I being an agent of change or just another instructional lackey creating ordinary teachers?(9) By the end he sees that in the house of the film star he is regarded as ├ö├ç├┐a lackey , a sponger, a pathetic hanger-on├ö├ç├û.(10) If, on the other hand, he jacks up, he is a snivelling traitor, an America hater, a betrayer of Australian business and/or a pawn and lackey of selfish vested interest groups, a man who puts cheap populism ahead of his country.(11) I am no-one's stooge, lackey or puppet.(12) No, she wouldn't unleash her rage upon a mere lackey .(13) Such is the life of a corporate lackey .(14) He said: ├ö├ç├┐I was the lackey of the team who does the running about for the water bottles and sandwiches, but I also got a brilliant opportunity to ride as part of a racing team competing along my sporting heroes.├ö├ç├û(15) And the sorceress Ro sent out a servant boy and her lackey Isamu to go shopping.(16) I would send the lackey after him to let him know if I needed him.
1. servant ::
2. toady ::
3. flunky ::
1. master ::
2. mistress ::
Different Formslackey, lackeys
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