Lickspit



[lik-spit-l] /ˈlɪkˌspɪt l/

noun
1.
a contemptible, fawning person; a servile flatterer or toady.
/ˈlɪkˌspɪtəl/
noun
1.
a flattering or servile person
n.

also lick-spittle, “sycophant, abject toady,” 1741, from lick (v.1) + spittle.

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