A person of slavish or unquestioning obedience; a lackey.(noun)
One who does menial or trivial work; a drudge.(noun)
A liveried manservant.(noun)
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Use "flunky" in a sentence
"Thackeray's studies of the flunky are capital; but he studies him _qua flunky_, as a naturalist might study an animal, and hardly ranks him _sub specie humanitatis_."
"An offshoot of a failed GOP flunky from the last elections."
"New York record-label flunky Garrett (Long) manages to score with Erin (Barrymore), a Stanford journalism grad student in the final weeks of her summer internship at something called "the New York Sentinel.""