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  • n. Plural form of flunkee.


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  • They are disgruntled former soldiers, flunkees from the green beret and special forces schools, and Iraq war veterans who promised to join Blackwater if they were released from the service.

    Think Progress » CNN filed a lawsuit against federal agencies

  • He just called it a ranch and many of Bush's own flunkees were surpised that media never challanged him on this important (in rural areas) farm/ranch disctinction.

    Vicente Fox: "Cowboy" Bush Is Scared Of Horses

  • Two wide-shouldered guys in dark suits lumbered toward them, each in their late thirties, both looking like anger-management-class flunkees, one of them giving Caine a sideways glance when the CSI refused to surrender an inch of the sidewalk this time.

    Florida Getaway

  • Some of the flunkees took the news very casually, packed their trunks, sold their furniture, and departed; others frankly wept or hastened to their instructors to plead vainly that their grades be raised: all of them were required to leave

    The Plastic Age

  • So you Karl flunkees can quit saying I don't support the team.


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