Definition of Bootlickers

1. Noun. (plural of bootlicker) ¹



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Definition of Bootlickers

1. bootlicker [n] - See also: bootlicker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bootlickers

bootlegged
bootlegger
bootlegger reverse
bootlegger reverses
bootleggers
bootlegging
bootlegs
bootles
bootless
bootlessly
bootlessness
bootlessnesses
bootlick
bootlicked
bootlicker
bootlickers (current term)
bootlicking
bootlicks
bootlike
bootload
bootloader
bootloaders
bootloads
bootmaker
bootmakers
bootmaking
bootneck
bootnecks
bootprint
bootprints

Literary usage of Bootlickers

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1. America's Aims and Asia's Aspirations by Patrick Gallagher (1920)
"His sole support came from Germany, Austria, and American bootlickers and concession-hunters. His empire collapsed after one hundred days of medieval folly, ..."

2. Confederate Echoes: A Voice from the South in the Days of Secession and of by Albert Theodore Goodloe (1907)
"... become bootlickers for Abraham Lincoln. Through their instrumentality, largely, a reign of terror existed in many communities through which I passed, ..."

3. Pillory and Witness-box by Ferdinand Hansen (1920)
"You are as great a moral coward as the herd of British bootlickers, and so I must to my infinite regret place you where you belong—and where—all in due ..."

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