lackey

Part of speech: verb

To wait on; attend.

Part of speech: noun

A male servant; a footman; menial.

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Usage examples "lackey":

  1. A hoarse, dull barking rang out, but not even the dog showed himself; the lackey again prepared to leap down, and again shouted: " Hey!" - "A Nobleman's Nest", Ivan Turgenieff.
  2. The lackey bowed profoundly and retired. - "The Grey Cloak", Harold MacGrath.
  3. " Go, I beg your majesty," she continued as the lackey withdrew, " I beg your majesty to graciously allow me to receive the young man here." - "Marie Antoinette And Her Son", Louise Muhlbach Official.