- n. Plural form of sycophant.
“The sneering, demeaning elitism of Obama and his sycophants is what will make a lot of blue dogs stay away in Nov, or cast a vote for McCain to keep such hugh and mighty academics away from the levers of power.”
“It seems a tad bizarre to me that po-faced protestations of support and normality from a succession of short-term sycophants trying to buy time to cram a few more looted treasures into the train is in any way considered 'news'.”
“Their outrageous charges against those who disagree with their collective point of view as Bush sycophants is wearisome now.”
“Hosni Mubarak privately called the Qataris "sycophants" - another WikiLeaks gem.”
“I swear a bag of turnips is smarter and more creative than Palin sycophants.”
“I mean, how would you like to be among a group of people known as sycophants to some Illinois state legislator turned accidental president.”
“The object with which Philip had sent him to the Netherlands, that he might conciliate the hearts of its inhabitants by the personal graces which he had inherited from his imperial father, seemed in a fair way of accomplishment, for it was not only the venal applause of titled sycophants that he strove to merit, but he mingled gaily and familiarly with all classes of citizens.”
“But Milbank is right that no one's disputing his basic point: Obama and his sycophants are the problem.”
“Having seen a square yard of Obama Adoration at an airport bookstore, I am not convinced that the sycophants are a small minority.”
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