4d. in the pound, sandwichman, distributor of throwaways, nocturnal vagrant, insinuating sycophant, maimed sailor, blind stripling, superannuated bailiffs man, marfeast, lickplate, spoilsport, pickthank, eccentric public laughingstock seated on bench of public park under discarded perforated umbrella.
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He was a sycophant to Stalin.
When complimenting a trait in someone, share at least one concrete example so they know it is not the empty flattery of a sycophant.