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Synonyms for flattery

Synonyms for flattery

excessive, ingratiating praise

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Yet, amid the North's flattery and the warm glow of hosting the Olympics, Moon must be clear-eyed and sober in his dealings with Pyongyang.
North-west of Cape Flattery, the Turtle Group is included within a Marine National Park (Green) Zone (MNP-14-1025) of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
You do not ingratiate yourself with flattery,' he said.
Brendan Flattery, chief executive officer of Utilitywise
Legend has it that anyone who manages to kiss the Blarney Stone--not an easy task, since it requires you to lie down and hang your head backward over a precipice--will be blessed with the gift of flattery or cajolery.
In an open letter published on the Sage Group's website, UK chief executive Brendan Flattery said the Newcastle software firm supported proposals to address the "unacceptable situation" of late payment.
Flattery, president of the American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO Local 4553, which represents workers at the plant, said in an email he was notified that at least 383 jobs at the Shrewsbury facility will be eliminated.
Ita crossed late Friday as a category 4 system at Cape Flattery, 60 kilometers north of Cooktown and very sparcely populated.
Just a Lil' like Kim They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery - but imitating someone by dressing up as them for Halloween is verging on an insult.
Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Tom Flattery said little more about the case but he revealed that McFarlin was unlikely to be aware of the home's significance.
Sam's selection underlines that imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.
10), but Flattery, a Charles O'Brien-trained filly who has finished second in successive outings in apprentice races over the course and trip, may go one better with Johnny Murtagh aboard.
Imitation, the old saying goes, is the sincerest form of flattery.
Of course imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery.
Now that I no longer wear short pants I am indifferent to flattery or denigration.