Lackey [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Lackey:

A fellow rudely clad—a hybrid between man-at-arms and lackey—lounged on a musket to confront them in the gateway.

The soldier lackey resigned the reins to Rabecque, and requested Monsieur de Garnache to follow him.

But mindful of her fears, he dispatched one of the troopers to stand sentry outside her door whilst he and his lackey supped.

He turned to Rabecque, and the sight of his face sent the lackey back a pace or two in very fear.

Rabecque, reflecting his master's mood—as becomes a good lackey—rode silent and gloomy a pace or two in the rear.

The baron grumbled some remonstrance not heard by Gilbert, but the lackey mounted beside the driver.

Chicot ran to the window, and saw a lackey waiting with a horse, which M. de Gondy mounted and rode off.

He was a servant and a lackey, and the punctilious gentlemen opposed to him were not inclined to cross swords with him.

He cuts the wood, builds the fires, and runs the errands; just a lackey boy, and is still just that.

Those words rang in her ear,—Eugenie de Merville dependent on the discretion of her lackey!