• Members of press clubs are often seen in sycophantic gaggles as they follow top politicians through their day.

    FORBES: Hold the presses

  • He (or she) would be pro-active, approachable, knowledgeable and good company for journalists, without being sycophantic to them.

    ECONOMIST: European politics

  • He was just trying to demonstrate that his sycophantic courtiers were foolish.

    ECONOMIST: Letters

  • Last week a public television channel broadcast a laughably sycophantic interview with Mr Schmitt, while he was still attempting to cling to office.

    ECONOMIST: Hungarian politics

  • Meanwhile, Zanu-PF continues to control the country's biggest-selling daily, the sycophantic and turgid Herald, along with all television and radio broadcasting, though some foreign radio stations manage to beam in programmes from abroad.

    ECONOMIST: The media in southern Africa

  • Although the local media, with their sycophantic celebration of Mubarak and support for Israeli withdrawals have supported this view, it is far from clear that the public has been convinced of its wisdom.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Pictures of Victory

  • Sycophantic behavior tends to rule Seventh Art ceremonies.

    FORBES: Spotlight On Bernard Henri-Lévy's Le Prix Saint-Germain, Paris

  • "Bruce Shelly, codesigner of Sid Meier's Civilization , is involved in this project, so expect remarkable things from Age of Empires later this year, " babbles a sycophantic quote from Canada Computes on Microsoft's web page.

    FORBES: Sid Meier

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