flunkey

Part of speech: noun

A servant in livery.

Part of speech: noun

An obsequious fellow; toady.

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Usage examples "flunkey":

  1. He will make us all rich together, or he is a flunkey, and devoid of all decent feeling." - "The Magic Skin", Honore de Balzac.
  2. The second flunkey looked at the first. - "Colorado Jim", George Goodchild.
  3. Besides, if there is not a living soul at hand who dares to tell you the truth without flattery, let your flunkey Stepan wash your magnificent countenance for you. - "The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.