To behave toward in a servile or obsequious manner.(verb-transitive)
To behave in a servile or obsequious manner. See Synonyms at fawn1.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "bootlick" in a sentence
"March 20th, 2010 at 6: 54 pm tombaker says: boner knows who butters his bottom. and barney knows how to make him look like the pansy punkass bootlick he really is. suck it, righties."
"No doubt trying for an audience with Gabriel Androctusa chance to grovel and bootlick his way into squirehood."
"I suspect Broder is more of a Jeff Sessions kind of guy, a Bushie bootlick – but that un-ordinary man, Warner appears to have sharp disagreements with Bush – and ditto for Hagel too."