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A lackey or lacquey, in its original definition is a uniformed manservant. The modern connotation of "servile follower" appeared later, in 1588 (OED). Contents.

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Lackey may refer to: Places[edit]. Lackey, Kentucky, a town in Floyd County, Kentucky; Lackey, Mississippi, a town in Monroe County, Mississippi; Lackey, ...

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Lackey definition is - footman, servant. How to use lackey in a sentence.

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I'm not your lackey so don't expect me to do it. ... Get a Lackey mug for your dog Manley. 2 ... Lackey: Why roll a blunt when I have three in my Volvo already?

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lackey (plural lackeys). A footman .... lackey (third-person singular simple present lackeys, present participle lackeying, simple past and past participle lackeyed).

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A lackey can also be a servant who wears a uniform, like a butler, doorman, or valet. Only the richest, grandest, snobbiest families employ lackeys these days.

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Lackey definition, a servile follower; toady. See more.

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lackey meaning: a servant or someone who behaves like one by obeying someone else's orders or by doing unpleasant work for them: . Learn more.