Definition of fawner in English:


Syllabification: fawn·er
Pronunciation: /ˈfônər, ˈfänər


A person who gives a servile display of exaggerated flattery or affection: the consummate fawner was able to sway a president with false deference
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  • He will be remembered for starring in a series of urban myths fuelled by celebrity fawners which painted him as some anarchic anti-hero.
  • Hubris no doubt swam through the potentate's soul as the quivering fawners cried, "The voice of a God and not of a man!"
  • Money is what separates the fans friom the fawners.

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