lackey[ lak-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lackey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LACKEY
A lackey had been discharged for some cause or other, and it was believed he had taken it.
You talk glibly of ruining—but then you talk to a groom and lackey.
To let the lackey live would be to have the bargelli in the house by morning.
She paused, however, and, turning to the lackey who followed at her heels.
The lackey who was summoned did not know where the lady might be found, nor when she might return to Paris.
The thing so obsessed his mind that he must speak of it, if it be only to his lackey.
It is to treat me like a lackey, and have the right to feel offended.
From the rumble a lackey swung himself to the rough cobbles of the yard.
A lackey who was at the door informed me that his lordship was still in bed.
They would have told a lackey to kick this preposterous creation into the horse-pond.