Definitions

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  • n. One who kowtows; a sycophant.

Etymologies

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kowtow +‎ -er

Examples

  • Ehud Olmert is mush-headed enough, and a big enough kowtower to world opinion, to take them in.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • After my lunchtime nap beneath a tree at the nearest square I stil think you're an apple-polisher, backscratcher, bootlicker, kowtower and teacher's pet. if "brown-noser" isn't harsh enough - what term would you use to describe his activity?

    Pounding The Rock

  • The kowtower-in-chief's body language reflected the administration's broader foreign policy prostrations -- including scrapping missile defense in the Czech Republic and Poland, canceling a meeting with the Dalai Lama to appease China, sitting on its hands this summer during the Iranian election protests and unveiling the 9/11 show trials in New York City that will provide a circus platform for jihadis and international Bush-haters.

    GOPUSA

  • The kowtower-in-chief's body language reflected the administration's broader foreign policy prostrations -- including scrapping missile defense in the Czech Republic and Poland, canceling a meeting with the Dalai Lama to appease China, sitting on its hands this summer during the Iranian election protests, and unveiling the 9/11 show trials in New York City that will provide a circus platform for jihadis and international Bush-haters.

    ChronWatch - Articles

  • While the kowtower-in-chief's press shop feeds paeans to free speech into Obama's globetrotting teleprompter, the White House is still waging war on vocal foes at home.

    Gazette.com :

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