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  • n  a person who uses flattery

  • Satan was nothing less than the Arch Flatterer, according to Milton.
  • Though she is a generous flatterer of the physical attributes of others, even her own admiring friends must strain to return a compliment ("Well," said one, straining, "she has .
  • That flatterer of the Edwardian rich? That fat-cat holdover, that facile topographer of the social Alps, that living irrelevance to the concerns of modernism?.

  • Ralph Nader in Washington Post
    I don't think she has the fortitude. Actually she's really a panderer and a flatterer. As she goes around the country, you'll see more of that,Nader said.
  • Cate Blanchett in Sunday Life
    They came to me, lucky girl that I am,Cate says. "I really didn't want to work but Alejandro's such a flatterer that I sucked it up and went to Morocco. I'm so proud to be part of that film. I'm really pleased he pushed me to do it."
  • Bob Ellis in The Australian
    I am not a flatterer, I am a friend,Ellis said.

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