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    toady - Dictionary definition and meaning for word toady

    Definition
    (noun) a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage
    Synonyms : ass-kisser , crawler , lackey , sycophant
    Definition
    (verb) try to gain favor by cringing or flattering
    Synonyms : bootlick , fawn , kotow , kowtow , suck up , truckle
    Example Sentence
    • He is always kowtowing to his boss
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for toady

Sir, "TODAY"(toady) you look very ...... (this an act of pleasing someone in order to gain a personal advantage.)

A toady person is like a toad who makes sounds to flatter people just like a toad tries to flatter the female toad..

toady=to(too)+ady(addy)means person who add more than fact

toady in x-men was extreemely servile

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TOADY and FLATTERY are similar in sound and meaning. If you flatter a person in order to gain advantage, you will be refered to as toady.

the toad flattered the nightingale in order to gain popularity

Puffs up saying the things that influence the powerful. But whose croaks are filled with venom.

Ever wonder how Toad from the Super Mario Bros. series got his name? He's "toadally" a Toad to the Princess, today and every day! http://www.smashbros.com/en_us/characters/images/peach/peach_080321b-l.jpg

Toady = To(To take) + ad(Advantage by) + (Flattery)y

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