bootlicker bootlicker


  • (n) someone who humbles himself as a sign of respect; who behaves as if he had no self-respect


  1. But the regents will have no trouble finding a bootlicker or a quisling.
  2. He is a bootlicker, an intellectual full of soothing self deceit.
  3. He, a confirmed bootlicker of Manchus, had reminded her by letter that the duty of an Imperial concubine is, of course, to commit suicide rather than displease her lord.


  • "But as far as Shikapwasha is concerned, he doesn't see it. All he wants to be is a bootlicker. Can they give us a list of the roads which they want to do," Sata said.
    on Apr 16, 2010 By: Michael Sata Source:

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