toadying (Meaning)

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toadying (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Toady

toadying Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's toadying advisors praised his every move, even when it was clearly misguided.
  2. Salespeople often resort to toadying in order to secure a sale.
  3. The student was accused of toadying to the professor in order to improve their grades.
  4. The butler's toadying manner was seen as insincere and calculated.
  5. The employee's toadying behavior alienated their colleagues and made them resentful.
  6. The influencer received criticism for toadying to brands and celebrities in exchange for gifts and favors.
  7. The toadying official tried to curry favor with his superiors by exaggerating their accomplishments.
  8. The toadying news anchor avoided asking challenging questions to avoid upsetting the powerful figures they interviewed.
  9. The company's toadying culture rewarded employees who flattered management rather than those who provided constructive criticism.
  10. The politician's toadying supporters defended his every action, even when it was clear that he had made a serious error in judgment.

FAQs About the word toadying

of Toady

subservient, sycophantic, obsequious, hagiographical,grovelling, fawning, hagiographic, kowtowing, servile, worshipful

abusive, insulting, demeaning, demeaning, derogatory, offensive, derogatory, disrespectful, abusive, offensive

The politician's toadying advisors praised his every move, even when it was clearly misguided.

Salespeople often resort to toadying in order to secure a sale.

The student was accused of toadying to the professor in order to improve their grades.

The butler's toadying manner was seen as insincere and calculated.