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- n. Sycophantic behaviour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sycophancy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The arts of the sycophant; mean and officious tale-bearing or adulation.
Instead, they have become part of a system that rewards cronyism and sycophantry.
The morning after the dinner at which he had drunk to drown his chagrin and to give him courage and tongue for sycophantry, he put on the boots.
He and her mother covered the silence and ice with hot and voluble sycophantry.
No one can live for a winter, much less grow up, in such a place without becoming saturated with sycophantry.
So, with but a token reference to Fassel's excellently done sycophantry in reportedly
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