"Yes; that's about all you flunkeys can do; hit a man when he's down," said Ted.
Her equipages must be gorgeous, her flunkeys numerous and well powdered.
McClellan's flunkeys claim for him the victories in the West.
No, no, ladies; that's not the way to do it; not even in England, where flunkeys abound.
He felt pity neither for the women nor the musicians nor the flunkeys.
He could hear music and laughter in another part of the Palace, but saw no one except the flunkeys in the hall.
The flunkeys in gorgeous liveries made the round of the table, filling the crystal glasses with wine.
The directing committees are presided over by those whom flunkeys call princes of the blood.
Her relatives-by-marriage were mostly freaks, and all were unbearable; her entourage a collection of spies and flunkeys.
Also applied to the brilliant habiliments of flunkeys, since the episode of Sam Weller and the swarry.