Sycophancy

Sycophancy is flattery that is very obedient, or an indication of deference to another, to an excessive or servile degree. A user of sycophancy, is referred to as a sycophant. ...
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sycophancy

[n] - fawning obsequiousness
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Sycophancy

• (n.) Obsequious flattery; servility. • (n.) False accusation; calumniation; talebearing. • (n.) The character or characteristic of a sycophant.
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sycophancy

noun fawning obsequiousness
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Sycophancy

Syc'o·phan·cy noun [ Confer Latin sycophantia deceit, Greek ... false accusation.] The character or characteristic of a sycophant. Hence: - (a) False accusation; calumniation; talebearing. [ Obsolete] Bp. Hall. (b) Obsequious flattery; servility. « The sycopha...
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sycophancy

sycophancy (SIK uh fuhn see) 1. Flatterer, servile flattery; toady. 2. The character or characteristics of a sycophant.
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