Shakespeare was a sycophant, a flunkey if you will, but nothing worse.
At the same moment a flunkey in chocolate and cream approached him.
I was just entering Rasputin's room at the palace when a flunkey told me the news.
Your dream and rest is over; for are you not the general's flunkey?
The ancient wig of the judge is often indistinguishable from the old wig of the flunkey.
The flunkey referred her to Count Rechberg, the aide-de-camp on duty.
And of course he could not exist, unless he had flunkey customers by the dozen.
"The lumberjacks want no flunkey, but the real thing," as one expressed it.
Ted had taken a flunkey's job at Crestwood two days after he graduated.
The flunkey in the hall was evidently expecting his arrival.