flattery definition

  • noun:
    • The act or practice of flattering.
    • Excessive or insincere compliments.
    • exorbitant praise or endorsement, which is frequently insincere and quite often contrived to win favour.
    • An instance of extortionate praise.
    • The act or rehearse of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or excessive compliments.
    • The act of one who flatters; false, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, etc. (see adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • excessive or insincere compliments
    • The work or rehearse of flattering.
    • extortionate or insincere praise.
    • exorbitant praise or endorsement, which will be usually insincere and quite often contrived to win favour.
    • a case of extortionate praise.
    • The work or rehearse of flattering; the work of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or extortionate praise.
    • The work of just one which flatters; untrue, insincere, or venal compliments; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, etc. (see adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • exorbitant or insincere compliments
    • The act or training of flattering.
    • extortionate or insincere praise.
    • exorbitant praise or approval, that will be often insincere and often contrived to win favor.
    • An instance of excessive praise.
    • The act or training of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or extortionate compliments.
    • The work of 1 whom flatters; false, insincere, or venal compliments; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (see adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • exorbitant or insincere compliments
    • The work or rehearse of flattering.
    • exorbitant or insincere praise.
    • exorbitant compliments or approval, that is often insincere and often contrived to win favor.
    • an example of exorbitant compliments.
    • The work or practice of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or exorbitant praise.
    • The act of one whom flatters; untrue, insincere, or venal compliments; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • extortionate or insincere praise
    • The act or training of flattering.
    • The work or rehearse of flattering.
    • The act or training of flattering.
    • The work or rehearse of flattering.
    • The act or rehearse of flattering.
    • The act or practice of flattering.
    • exorbitant or insincere praise.
    • extortionate or insincere praise.
    • Excessive or insincere compliments.
    • extortionate or insincere compliments.
    • exorbitant or insincere compliments.
    • Excessive or insincere compliments.
    • Excessive compliments or endorsement, which can be often insincere and often contrived to win favor.
    • extortionate compliments or approval, which will be frequently insincere and sometimes contrived to win favor.
    • The work or training of flattering.
    • Excessive compliments or endorsement, that will be usually insincere and quite often contrived to win favour.
    • Excessive praise or endorsement, which is often insincere and quite often contrived to win favour.
    • Excessive praise or endorsement, which can be usually insincere and quite often contrived to win favour.
    • extortionate or insincere praise.
    • an example of exorbitant praise.
    • a case of extortionate praise.
    • Excessive praise or approval, that is frequently insincere and sometimes contrived to win favor.
    • An instance of exorbitant praise.
    • an example of excessive compliments.
    • an example of exorbitant praise.
    • The work or practice of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; untrue, insincere, or excessive praise.
    • Excessive compliments or endorsement, which is often insincere and sometimes contrived to win favour.
    • The work or practice of flattering; the work of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or excessive compliments.
    • a case of excessive praise.
    • An instance of exorbitant praise.
    • The work of 1 just who flatters; false, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • The work of one whom flatters; false, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • The act or rehearse of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; untrue, insincere, or extortionate compliments.
    • The act or practice of flattering; the work of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or extortionate compliments.
    • The act or rehearse of flattering; the work of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; untrue, insincere, or extortionate compliments.
    • The work of just one just who flatters; untrue, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • The act of 1 whom flatters; false, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • The act of just one who flatters; untrue, insincere, or venal compliments; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • The work or practice of flattering; the act of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; false, insincere, or exorbitant praise.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, etc. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • The act or practice of flattering; the work of pleasing by artful commendation or compliments; adulation; untrue, insincere, or excessive praise.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, etc. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, etc. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (see adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • exorbitant or insincere praise
    • exorbitant or insincere compliments
    • exorbitant or insincere praise
    • The act of one who flatters; false, insincere, or venal praise; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • excessive or insincere praise
    • extortionate or insincere praise
    • The work of 1 which flatters; untrue, insincere, or venal compliments; obsequiousness; adulation; cajolery.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (see adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • Synonyms Compliment, Adulation, Flattery, an such like. (identify adulation); sycophancy, fawning, blandishment.
    • excessive or insincere compliments
    • extortionate or insincere compliments

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