Toady

Toady [ TOH-dee ]
 noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
 MEANING :
 1. (n.) a sycophant or one who flatters other people in order to gain favours
2.(tr.v.) to act or behave like a sycophant or toady
3. (intr.v.) to flatter someone in the hope of gaining favours
 USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
 He was considered to be the toady of the mafia boss.
 USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
 In the pavilion, Prince Philip is staring out at the scenes of celebration while a toady whispers into his ear.

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