Definition of Toadying

1. Verb. (present participle of toady) ¹



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Definition of Toadying

1. toady [v] - See also: toady

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toadying

toadlike
toadly
toadrush
toads
toads in the hole
toadshade
toadskin
toadskins
toadsticker
toadstickers
toadstone
toadstones
toadstool
toadstools
toadying (current term)
toadyish
toadyism
toadyisms
toast
toast mistress
toast of the town
toast rack
toast racks
toastable
toastcrumb
toasted
toasted shins
toaster
toaster oven

Literary usage of Toadying

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1. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1879)
"There is the clerical parasite, banging on. to the dignitaries of the Church ; toadying private patrons, pretending to interest himself in the labours of ..."

2. The Correspondence of Madame Du Noyer by Du Noyer (Anne Marguerite Petit), Florence Louisa Layard (1890)
"... Gascon Marquise and her husband — Gambling and toadying—The Marquise in distress—Monsieur de Chatillon—A midnight visit —Madame Voisin—A suspicious ..."

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