A person who behaves in a servile or obsequious manner; a toady(noun)
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Use "bootlicker" in a sentence
"Chief bootlicker is Matt and his other boy bloggers."
"'bootlicker' - Roy Keane was nothing if not brutally honest: when Gary Neville states that Ferguson is 'probably more interested in his horse (Rock of Gibraltar)' than managing the team, or openly criticises the sale of a major defender (Jaap Stam), then perhaps the opinion should be reassessed."
"Three Black Watch troops, the ones who Tony "bootlicker" Blair recently moved in to help out his old pal George, were killed today in Iraq."