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Definition of "bootlicker" []

  • 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."