Syc`o*phan"tic (?), Syc`o*phan"tic*al (?), a. [Cf. Gr. slanderous.]

Of or pertaining to a sycophant; characteristic of a sycophant; meanly or obsequiously flattering; courting favor by mean adulation; parasitic.

To be cheated and ruined by a sycophantical parasite. South.

Sycophantic servants to the King of Spain. De Quincey.


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