noun, plural flun·keys.
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May I come in through the window, or shall I have myself announced by a supercilious flunkey?The Circle|W. Somerset Maugham
Now he must see us, as we saw him and his smooth, smug, flunkey's face to the whites of its upturned eyes!Witching Hill|E. W. Hornung
The flunkey in the hall was evidently expecting his arrival.The Fall of a Nation|Thomas Dixon
Most likely this was the husband whom at Yalta, in a rush of bitter feeling, she had called a flunkey.
My inexperience, my appearance—so unlike a flunkey—and my illness, seemed to her pitiful and excited her disgust.