flunkey ( flunkeys plural ) , flunky
1 n-count Someone who refers to a servant as a flunkey is expressing their dislike for a job that involves doing things for an employer that ordinary people do for themselves., (disapproval)
2 n-count If you refer to someone as a flunkey, you disapprove of the fact that they associate themselves with someone who is powerful and carry out small, unimportant jobs for them in the hope of being rewarded., (disapproval)
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