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    Lackey

    A Lackey, also spelled Lacquey, was originally a uniformed manservant or butler.

     

    The modern meaning of Lackey is of a brainless follower who cannot think for themselves, someone easily manipulated into doing someone’s biddingwithout questioning it.

    Example usage:

    “That lackey of yours can go score for us while we stay here and have a few more bevvies!”.

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