One who caters to or exploits the lower tastes and desires of others.(noun)
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Use "panderer" in a sentence
"In some Latin American countries, the panderer is a sobón, or kiss-up."
"If you look up the word panderer in the dictionary, you'll see John McCain's picture. dan"
"The charge that McCain had become a "panderer" irked Weaver and other aides to distraction — not because the idea so offended them, but rather because, as they said privately, they wished the senator would pander."