Definitions for toadyˈtoʊ di

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

toad•yˈtoʊ di(n.)(pl.)toad•ies

  1. (n.)an obsequious flatterer; sycophant.

  2. (v.i.)to be a toady.

Origin of toady:

1820–30; toad (eater ) + -y2


Princeton's WordNet

  1. sycophant, toady, crawler, lackey, ass-kisser(verb)

    a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage

  2. fawn, toady, truckle, bootlick, kowtow, kotow, suck up(verb)

    try to gain favor by cringing or flattering

    "He is always kowtowing to his boss"


  1. toady(Noun)

    A sycophant who flatters others to gain personal advantage.

  2. toady(Verb)

    To behave like a toady (to someone).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Toady(noun)

    a mean flatterer; a toadeater; a sycophant

  2. Toady(noun)

    a coarse, rustic woman

  3. Toady(verb)

    to fawn upon with mean sycophancy

Anagrams of toady

  1. today, to-day

  2. To-day

  3. Today


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