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suck–up

noun \ˈsək-ˌəp\

: a person who tries to get the approval of someone in authority by saying and doing helpful and friendly things that are not sincere

Full Definition of SUCK-UP

:  a person who is ingratiating or fawning <a suck–up to the teacher>

First Known Use of SUCK-UP

1976

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