Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "flatterer" in a sentence
"Flattery and flatterers are pleasant: the flatterer is a man who, you believe, admires and likes To do the same thing often is pleasant, since, as we saw, anything habitual is pleasant."
"Most people seem, owing to ambition, to wish to be loved rather than to love; which is why most men love flattery; for the flatterer is a friend in an inferior position, or pretends to be such and to love more than he is loved; and being loved seems to be akin to being honoured, and this is what most people aim at."
"A flatterer is a dunce to him, for he can tell him nothing but what he knows before: and yet he loves him too, because he is like himself."