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- n. A person who behaves in a servile or obsequious manner; a toady
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone who humbles himself as a sign of respect; who behaves as he had no self-respect.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who humbles himself as a sign of respect; who behaves as if he had no self-respect
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Chief bootlicker is Matt and his other boy bloggers.
'bootlicker' - Roy Keane was nothing if not brutally honest: when Gary Neville states that Ferguson is 'probably more interested in his horse (Rock of Gibraltar)' than managing the team, or openly criticises the sale of a major defender (Jaap Stam), then perhaps the opinion should be reassessed.
Three Black Watch troops, the ones who Tony "bootlicker" Blair recently moved in to help out his old pal George, were killed today in Iraq.
Okay I recant the bootlicker comment; I still read the brand that way though.
It may surprise you, whom appear to be a bootlicker of the Government, to find out that your Government has forced honest men away from their family and friends in forced servitude to the Government.
Anonymous said ... the dude is right he is a bootlicker political hack, that is obvious enough
I will confess, however, that I did appreciate your reply, though not the bootlicker comment.
February 12th, 2010 at 5: 00 pm tombaker says: ampu is a fascist-enabling sycophantic bootlicker.
Even Cicero became a groveling, craven bootlicker in the end.
(Subtler forms, perhaps arguable, although I remain favourable disposed to-wards him, I mean look at his confrères …) However, the bootlicker Naciri went for broke.