Sycophants

“Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.”
-Luke 17:37

 

 

Flee!

Synonyms for sycophant:

The chair

A jet-setter with an entourage of parasites SYCOPHANT adds to this a strong suggestion of fawning, flattery, or adulation. A powerful prince surrounded by sycophants TOADY emphasizes the servility and snobbery of the self-seeker.

 

 

It’s the chair

 

PARASITE, SYCOPHANT, TOADY, LEECH, SPONGE mean a usually obsequious flatterer or self-seeker. A PARASITE applies to one who clings to a person of wealth, power, or influence or is useless to society.

 

It’s the chair
It’s the chair

Cultivated leaders of society and became their toady LEECH, stresses persistence in clinging to or bleeding another for one’s own advantage.
A leech living off his family and friends SPONGE stresses the parasitic laziness, dependence…

The college

A sycophant imitates your tastes and opinions, often sharing your opinions enthusiastically.

Flurry has taken this to absurd lengths — buying a campus that Herb once had. At least he wasn’t copying the leather chair!

 

You’ll become a victim if you allow it….

 

Someone who kisses ass to get ahead in life, often claiming positions above hardworking people. One who “sucks up” to another to achieve personal gain.

A parrot!

 

….expect to be devoured

 

 

 

 

 

 

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