An obsequious person: the boss came in with his chamchas
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- There are chamchas all around who don't seem to follow any logic in giving rational advice to her on issues confronting the party.
- We can use this to silence politicians giving non-stop bhashans, their chamchas raising slogans, actors and actresses blowing their trumpets, sportsmen speaking pretences of their knee injuries and so on.
- When people do something out of character, it is called ‘quixotic’: foolhardy attempts are known as ‘tilting at the windmills’; and what does one call an ideal chamcha?
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