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fawn on

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Synonyms for toady

one who flatters another excessively

to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage

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Although almost midnight, a van's headlights appeared and I moved to pick Toady up, feeling trepidation about his slimy, clammy looking skin.
It will come as no surprise when Bob Ainsworth defects to the Tories, so that he can toady up to David Cameron for a ministerial post
PPP during in its all reigns incessantly served the public whole heartedly and this is the reason that toady the nation is with them, he added.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) announced toady the availability of AT&T U-verse service in the Jackson area, Mississippi.
McKEEVER Joe Dad a year ago toady you left a hole in our hearts, miss you every day, love you always Anne, Pete, Andy and Loulou xxxx
John Krasinski co-stars as Jim, the lone competent in the crew, who pines for unavailable receptionist Pam (Jenna Fischer) and delights in irritating hostile toady Dwight (Rainn Wilson).
Being the unctuous toady he is he'd have caved in to the Government immediately and apologised for everything, including just breathing.
If you don't like football, unplug the satellite decoder toady - all day.
OTCBB:PACC) announced toady that it received the first $5 million of assets purchased from MRG California, LLC.
The same picture painted by each hand-picked toady.
In addition to Fischer, the cast includes John Krasinski as Jim, a wry underachiever who's still the outpost's most competent employee, and Rainn Wilson as Dwight, a power-hungry toady whom Jim delights in taunting.
Toady, the rise was being described by the Independent Police Complaints Commission as a sign that people have restored faith in the way complaints are handled.
HAS anyone asked themselves why that unctuous little toady Ken Follett, who believed he could buy power by writing large cheques to the Labour Party, has suddenly turned traitor to his crony Tony?
Additionally, the Company announced toady that the license and distribution agreement with the Chinese Multi-National Company, announced on September 28th, 2000, has also been cancelled.
Verizon Business, a unit of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and a provider of communications and information technology (IT) solutions, toady (9 July) announced that the company has completed the acquisition of Cybertrust.