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  • n. Plural form of toady.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of toady.

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Examples

  • He earned a reputation as an outspoken critic of some senior courtiers, whom he called "toadies", and later of the royal family itself.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • I realized during Vietnam that the leader of the free world and his toadies were the same student council dickheads you knew in high school, but I thought that was an aberration.

    Again to Carthage

  • After a time these "toadies" were disappointed in the daughter of the

    Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies The Missing Pearl Necklace

  • As one of the mayor's "toadies," your croak must be considered for what it is.

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  • The corporate news, class "toadies", class thugs, propagandized for the bail out, over the objection of a democratic majority.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • With rotten class "toadies" like most democrats, Democracy and social rights have no meaning.

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  • "It is difficult to arrange, for he does not like toadies, which is so unreasonable, for I know many toadies who are very pleasant.

    Endymion

  • It just takes a few moral midgets to lead us in the wrong direction, along with the help of toadies like yourself.

    Matthew Yglesias » How Waterboarding Was Done

  • Many of these persons, notwithstanding the worship paid to the great god Mammon, and the glory reflected upon all those who seem to be his favorite, have yet so begrimed themselves in their struggle after wealth, and are naturally so unamiable, and their manners so gross, that though each one has his circle, larger or smaller, of dependants and ‘toadies,’ they find no admission for themselves into the two-year-old circle above alluded to.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Googalicious

  • The immediate exception is the beautiful Celimene Gummer, a woman with the brightest salon in town and a brighter wit even though she is surrounded by toadies.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: "School For Lies" A Triumph

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