flunky : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a male servant (especially a footman)
- n a person of unquestioning obedience
- Zidane was also forced to defend his Algerian identity and pride in Algeria's fight against the French in response to charges, first leveled by a Le Pen flunky but echoed .
- The King alone drinks champagne, and a flunky keeps his cup filled all day.
- Your goal is to have your need satisfied without treating the listener as a flunky who can be bossed around at will.
News & Articles
- APAC selects cast for ‘Women Behind Bars’
Ricky Delorey II headlines the cast of the dark adult comedy “Women Behind Bars,” the next production of Aloha Performing Arts Co. He is cast crossgender as The Matron, Pauline Weisskurcher, a role created Off Broadway by Divine, who went on to star in many John Waters films. The matron’s flunky assistant, Louise, is played by Janemarie Singer.
June 28, 2013 - Hawaii Tribune-Herald
- Brian Burke in ESPN
This guy is a paid flunky,Burke said.
- Jake Tapper in Washington Post
A huge asset that Robert has is that he's in the room with the president-elect,says Jake Tapper, ABC's senior White House correspondent. "He has his trust and his ear. He's not just a press flunky who gets handed a piece of paper with...
- David Radler in Chicago Reader
I don't believe I'm anyone's flunky,Radler replied.