noun, plural lac·queys, verb (used with object), lac·queyed, lac·quey·ing.
Words nearby lacquey
Definition for lacquey (2 of 2)
noun, plural lack·eys.
verb (used with object), lack·eyed, lack·ey·ing.
Origin of lackey
OTHER WORDS FROM lackeyun·lack·eyed, adjective
Examples from the Web for lacquey
Take Maksi out for a ride and let the lacquey go with him instead of his tutor!The Poor Plutocrats|Maurus Jkai
"Animal," was the retort—for true courtesy commend me to a lacquey!The Shame of Motley|Raphael Sabatini
His friend, St. Luc, is with him; also his lacquey and body-physician, the faithful Rely.The Delicious Vice|Young E. Allison
Anxious to shield her from the lacquey, she sent the two little ones up to her with small bits of money.Vittoria, Complete|George Meredith
A lacquey in livery approached, leading a fine English horse.The Son of Monte Christo|Jules Lermina