Definition of fawner in English:

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fawner

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːnə/

noun

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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  • Never has America been so thoroughly in the clutches of fawners, lap dogs, toadies, boot lickers, lick spittles, and Snopses.
  • And yet we men do not approve; nay, if we see a man sharing his goods with other men, we call it wastefulness, extravagance, and by such names, and dub the men to whom he gives a share, fawners and parasites.
  • You had the mendicants, sycophants, lick-spittles, toadies, fawners all with their tin cups, looking for a handout of taxpayers' funds.
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