Flunky meaning

flŭng'kē
A person of slavish or unquestioning obedience; a lackey.
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One who does menial or trivial work; a drudge.
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A liveried manservant.
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A liveried manservant.
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A sycophant; a servant or hanger-on who is kept for their loyalty or muscle rather than their intellect.
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Origin of flunky

  • Scots perhaps from flanker an attendant at one's flank
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition