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Definition of "flunkeydom" []

  • The state of a being a flunkey (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "flunkeydom" in a sentence
  • "The coachman was fat and florid, the footman a particularly fine specimen of flunkeydom, and their faces, as the light of my lamps fell upon them -- they could not speak, for they were both gagged as well as bound -- were so convulsed with terror, that I could see they did not look upon me as a friend."
  • "It was full of monuments to the dependents of peers, in which the peers figured very largely and the dependents fared humbly -- the epitome of flunkeydom."
  • "For sheer ecstasy of flunkeydom "Jenkins" was unsurpassed and unsurpassable, but at least he was capable of recognizing native talent, as may be gleaned from his notice of Semiramide in English in the winter of 1842: --"
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