- n. Plural form of kiss-ass.
“The two hosts have taken their act on the road before, and committed the sin of not being reliable, fawning kiss-asses.”
“But what opened my eyes to what HRC has become -- an insider establishment bunch of kiss-asses -- was their endorsement of Holy Joe Lieberman over Ned Lamont in 2006.”
“Even the Republican kiss-asses you have surrounded yourself with have said some very unkind things about you and your fantasy cheerleader leadership.”
“Mr. Hibma had given one of the kiss-asses a stopwatch and deemed her the umpire.”
“I also believe that the Hyphenate Agencies (RLM internal term -- you know who they are) used to receive a lot of business simply because they are big kiss-asses.”
“The truce is beyond shaky as President Obama takes office with an unqualified "I support Israel" policy and a core of Israeli kiss-asses for advisers (Dennis Ross and Martin Indyk as examples).”
“Remember the kiss-asses who casually chatted with teachers like they gave a shit and hovered around the desk like brownie-point-seeking vultures?”
“Maybe they’re unable to distinguish the “real” critics from the “kiss-asses”.”
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