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Definition of "fawner" [fawn•er]

  • One who fawns; a sycophant. (noun)

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Use "fawner" in a sentence
  • "The man's chest and shoulders were magnificent, but the stump of a right arm, beyond the flesh of which the age-whitened bone projected several inches, attested the encounter with a shark that had put an end to his diving days and made him a fawner and an intriguer for small favors."
  • ""Alex, I've fawned over Palin and Althouse, Sir, is no fawner by comparison.""
  • "Alex, I've fawned over Palin and Althouse, Sir, is no fawner by comparison."