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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

Synonyms for toady

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.
The company will commence trading on NASDAQ toady at 9:30 a.
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.
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.
If Toady Blair thinks WMD are the real reason for the USA's interest in getting Hussein he surely must be the only person in the world so deluded, and large numbers of our troops are likely to be killed to further this delusion.
His toady hesitates, then replies, ``Sure, chief, but which one?
He'slimy, a toady and leaves a trail of deceit wherever he goes.
NASDAQ: RMUC), which manufactures and markets intimate apparel for women and girls, announced toady that it had filed a petition to reorganize under Chapter 11.
Third, our correspondent wondered what Lawrence Walsh meant when he referred to Clinton as "a toady of .
VIPswitch, the award winning developer of Optical Voice, Video and Data Metropolitan Area networks (V-MANs) toady announced its participation with more than 300 networking equipment and service provider companies in the Optical Domain Service Interconnect (ODSI) and the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF).
It is hard to see why he wants to be so toady towards George Bush.
I understand entirely due to toady Blair's warmongering.
IT seems odd that President Bush and his prime ministerial toady should persist with their spurious excuse for threatening to lead us into all-out war against Iraq.
Anne, alas, has also garnered the attentions of the king, as well as his unctuous toady, the Marquis de Lauzun (Roth), who for some reason feels threatened by Vatel's competence and therefore delights in making his life miserable.
She encounters hostility from members of staff and the school rotter and her toady friend who do their best to have her expelled.