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toady\TOH-dee\ noun : one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors The editorial unfairly characterizes the appointee as one of the mayor's toadies, ignoring her long record of unselfish service to the community. "But, Stan and his toady never actually laid a finger on me and the threats ceased as mysteriously and suddenly as they started." — From an article by Mike Tupa in the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise (Oklahoma), November 20, 2013 Online