(comparative more sycophantically, superlative most sycophantically)
- In a sycophantic manner.
Variant of sycophant
a person who seeks favor by flattering people of wealth or influence; parasite; toady
Origin of sycophantClassical Latin sycophanta ; from Classical Greek sykophantēs, informer, literally , maker of the sign of the fig ; from sykon, fig + phainein, to show: see fantasy