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Prominent among them were Bull and his toadying little friend, Baby Edwards.
A CADET'S HONORUPTON SINCLAIR
Bull Harris smiled benignly upon his toadying echo, while the rest of the gang nodded approvingly.
A CADET'S HONORUPTON SINCLAIR
The toadying beast is even trying to curry favour by saying that your copyhold is for life only, and that your fine is uncertain.
The biggest thing I've had against him was not his knifing me but his apparent toadying to the rich and influential.
RED PEPPER'S PATIENTSGRACE S. RICHMOND
Snobbism is not confined to the toadying of the rich, but is quite as often displayed in the toadying of the poor.
CHARACTERSAMUEL SMILES
He was a good deal of a sneak and continually toadying to those bigger than himself.
THE PUTNAM HALL ENCAMPMENTARTHUR M. WINFIELD
You know what a sneak Jack is, always toadying around that bully Nixon.
THE MOTOR BOYSCLARENCE YOUNG
"It is worth lots of toadying," declared De Vere, emphatically.
LANCASTER'S CHOICEMRS. ALEX. MCVEIGH MILLER
What looked like toadying was only profound deference for himself.
THE MISSOURIANEUGENE P. (EUGENE PERCY) LYLE
There is always to be found men who swell their importance by toadying men of character and eminence.

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