Definition of "sycophants" [sycophants]

  • Plural form of sycophant. (noun)

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Use "sycophants" in a sentence
  • "The sneering, demeaning elitism of Obama and his sycophants is what will make a lot of blue dogs stay away in Nov, or cast a vote for McCain to keep such hugh and mighty academics away from the levers of power."
  • "It seems a tad bizarre to me that po-faced protestations of support and normality from a succession of short-term sycophants trying to buy time to cram a few more looted treasures into the train is in any way considered 'news'."
  • "Their outrageous charges against those who disagree with their collective point of view as Bush sycophants is wearisome now."