Kolakeia

Coming from the Greek origin, κολακεία, which means flattery, the word `kolakeia` means to flatter someone as a means to take advantage of or gain something from them through speech. Kolakeia`s concept is to overload someone with compliments so the speaker can slip in another idea that the listener may not agree upon. It may also includ......
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Kolakeia

Flattery; telling people what they want to hear while disregarding their best interests; employed by sophistic rhetoricians.
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