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What is another word for flatterer?

161 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[flˈatəɹə], [flˈatəɹə], [f_l_ˈa_t_ə_ɹ_ə]
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Synonyms for Flatterer:

flatterer (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Flatterer:

  • fasterr,
  • flatuware,
  • flatwear,
  • floorthrough,
  • fewature,
  • laterr,
  • flatered,
  • futerre,
  • flatshare,
  • filanderer,
  • flashdrive,
  • latere,
  • falttered,
  • flattary,
  • flashtrack,
  • flatterly,
  • fiftythree,
  • flatery,
  • flattared,
  • followthrough,
  • flammatory.

Quotes for Flatterer:

  1. There is as much difference between the counsel that a friend giveth, and that a man giveth himself, as there is between the counsel of a friend and of a flatterer For there is no such flatterer as is a man's self. Francis Bacon.
  2. He who would do good to another must do it in Minute Particulars: general Good is the plea of the scoundrel, hypocrite, and flatterer for Art and Science cannot exist but in minutely organized Particulars. William Blake.
  3. I cannot think of any character below the flatterer except he who envies him. Richard Steele.

Adjectives for Flatterer:

  • dear, blind,
  • low and gross,
  • miserable young,
  • clever old,
  • finical,
  • regular old,
  • delightful little,
  • beguiling,
  • well-fed,
  • remorseless,
  • despicable,
  • loathsome,
  • outrageous,
  • dear old,
  • masculine,
  • grateful,
  • finer,
  • illustrious,
  • able,
  • exquisite,
  • blind,
  • rude,
  • dear,
  • artful and uncompromising,
  • fawning, slavish,
  • habitual and extravagant,
  • intelligent and wary,
  • sad old,
  • hyperbolical,
  • dextrous,
  • male or female,
  • wicked little,
  • incautious,
  • coaxing,
  • obese,
  • self-righteous,
  • egregious,
  • guileless,
  • versatile,
  • apt,
  • flashy,
  • florid,
  • supple,
  • uncompromising,
  • poorest,
  • great big,
  • covert,
  • scandalous,
  • insidious,
  • unwelcome,
  • wary,
  • practised,
  • unworthy,
  • dear little,
  • wholesale,
  • playful,
  • first-rate,
  • stupendous,
  • extravagant,
  • pleasing,
  • deliberate,
  • thorough,
  • sleek,
  • fascinating,
  • artistic,
  • treacherous,
  • noisy,
  • vulgar,
  • horrid,
  • intelligent,
  • wicked,
  • clever,
  • evil,
  • elegant,
  • cruel,
  • cool,
  • awful,
  • genuine,
  • female,
  • principal,
  • male,
  • splendid,
  • chief,
  • enormous,
  • fair,
  • powerful,
  • soft,
  • modern,
  • ordinary,
  • beautiful,
  • eloquent and wealthy,
  • noble, eloquent and wealthy,
  • yon vile,
  • wordy old,
  • fat ole,
  • old irish,
  • sweet little,
  • satirical,
  • naughty,
  • skilful,
  • ardent,
  • ingenious,
  • absurd,
  • wealthy,
  • brutal,
  • filthy,
  • shallow,
  • biggest,
  • worst,
  • irish,
  • successful,
  • charming,
  • typical,
  • royal,
  • empty,
  • proper,
  • perfect,
  • noble,
  • ole,
  • dextrous literary,
  • servile or hypocritical,
  • interested or mawkish,
  • outrageous little,
  • mawkish,
  • unblushing,
  • slavish,
  • gratuitous,
  • hypocritical,
  • inveterate,
  • matchless,
  • habitual,
  • pitiful,
  • notorious,
  • harsh,
  • literary,
  • innocent,
  • constant,
  • mighty,
  • sweet,
  • low,
  • open,
  • false french,
  • obnoxious,
  • artful,
  • eloquent,
  • welcome,
  • french,
  • abject,
  • interested,
  • ignorant,
  • idle,
  • subtle,
  • professional,
  • impudent,
  • bold,
  • miserable,
  • vain,
  • strange,
  • power-hungry,
  • obsequious,
  • deceitful,
  • unscrupulous,
  • gross,
  • terrible,
  • fawning,
  • specious,
  • dreadful,
  • incorrigible,
  • consummate,
  • same old,
  • wretched,
  • greatest,
  • mere,
  • dangerous,
  • cunning,
  • vile,
  • shameless,
  • false,
  • sad,
  • adroit,
  • servile.
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