- n. Plural form of lackey.
“Separate 3. 7k ballots for copying by trusted lackeys aka poll workers.”
“BLITZER: Because some Arab leaders are saying that this whole Iraqi Governing Council, that they're only so-called lackeys of the U.S.”
“It is ridiculous, illusory, moronic to believe that Europe will yield to any of those whims, any of those maneuvers, any of those stupid measures adopted by imperialism and its Latin American lackeys.”
“And they are looked upon with pity first because they are lackeys, which is already”
“One of Roger's lackeys from the Asian American Club, looking up from a nearby umbrella table, saw Roger's sorry, bedraggled self and snorted cola out of his nose, starting a ripple of laughter that drifted around the pool area and then died as people noticed the confrontation.”
“Dropping to a new low, ChÃ¡vez said the prize should not have been awarded to Liu, and that moreover members of Venezuela's opposition were "lackeys" of the west for supporting the Chinese dissident.”
“Dropping to a new low, Chávez said the prize should not have been awarded to Liu, and that moreover members of Venezuela's opposition were "lackeys" of the west for supporting the Chinese dissident.”
“That twilight period ended with bin Laden's return to Afghanistan in 1996 when he reorganized the Arabs and other foreigners who saw him as their leader, and offered them a new interpretation of jihad as an unconditional and never-ending war against the West and its Muslim "lackeys" in the Islamic world.”
“This should show that the investigating authorities conducting the probe were not "lackeys" of the ANC, he said.”
“They were "lackeys" who worked for people such as Dreier and Pura.”
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