lackey : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a male servant (especially a footman)
- n a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage
- If you didn't laugh at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, the bloggers insist, you're a White House lackey.
- Novel and film are narrated by Jack Burden (Jude Law), scion of the now enervated Louisiana ruling class, who, as a newspaper reporter and then as a gubernatorial lackey, is both .
- Was Stephen Colbert Funny? If you didn't laugh at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, the bloggers insist, you're a White House lackey.
- Terry Francona in Tahoe Daily Tribune
That was huge because of the way Lackey was pitching. Three runs looked like a lot,Boston manager Terry Francona said.
- Mike Scioscia in New York Times
John Lackey, he's still in play tomorrow,Scioscia said. "We'll get through Game 6. There's no sense talking about a Game 7."
- Torii Hunter in USA Today
We can compete with anybody, even in the position we're in health-wise,Hunter said. "We don't have our No. 1 starter, John Lackey, or Kelvim Escobar because of injuries. When we get those guys back, we're going to be even better."