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The term, an able courtier, implies blame rather than praise, since it too often means an able flatterer.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
But trust her not, when she speaks of me, for she is a flatterer.
THE SUBSTANCE OF A DREAM F. W. BAIN
How beautiful a girl she must now be if that photograph was no flatterer!
WARRIOR GAPCHARLES KING
He was not a parasite or a flatterer even of the great, but met them apparently on equal terms, as a monarch of the mind.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME XIIIJOHN LORD
Her own works praise her, and the mere flatterer's tongue is awed into respectful silence.
FEMALE SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHIES, VOL. IFRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX
He alludes to the story of Damocles, a flatterer of one of those Sicilian tyrants, namely Dionysius.
DRYDEN'S WORKS (13 OF 18): TRANSLATIONS; PASTORALSJOHN DRYDEN
The prince loved flattery dearly, though he had wit to despise the flatterer.
SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
And then Gould was an injudicious flatterer; he made the flattered fellow uncomfortable.
DR. JOLLIFFE'S BOYSLEWIS HOUGH
I should like to wake up some morning an emperor, that I might sting with my whip the backbone of a flatterer.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
It was said long ago that when flattery did not succeed it was the fault of the flatterer, not of the flattery.
MEMOIRS OF THE DUCHESSE DE DINO V.1/3, 1831-1835DOROTHY DUCHESSE DE DINO

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