His is the only house upon this island; also, I am his flunky and so I ought to know.
"I'll go and ask if she'll see you," said the flunky unwillingly.
Jones, he said to the other flunky, as Lawson stepped out of the car, drive round to the service entrance.
He did protest then that any flunky on the Base could read it to the crowd as well as he.
That flunky of a flunky is personified as the hero of the story, Isaac Abraham Takif.
He was flunky, and took a great interest in him, as stepping-stone to his own greatness.
He is an old-guard segregationist that he learned from the Texans you know that the colored man is just a flunky.
One in my position could only meet them as a flunky meets his master, anyway.
"Yes, sir," replied the flunky, moving toward the sideboard.
He was as insolent to others as he was obsequious to his master—a flunky by nature and long education.
also flunkey, 1782, Scottish dialect, "footman, liveried servant," of uncertain origin, perhaps a diminutive variant of flanker. Sense of "flatterer, toady" first recorded 1855.