flunkeydom at English (WD) Of Explained:
NounInter: en-nou » n
|passage=The coachman was fat and florid, the footman a particularly fine specimen of flunkeydom, and their faces, as the light of my lamps fell upon them--they could not speak, for they were both gagged as well as bound--were so convulsed with terror, that I could see they did not look upon me as a friend.
|passage=So, for an instant, Anthony stood at Susanna's threshold, looking into her antechamber, breathless almost with his sense of her imminence;--and then the tall flunkey said, in the fastidious accents of flunkeydom, "Net et em, sir;" and all my hero's high-strung emotion must spend itself in the depositing of a card.
- Inter: quote-book » year=1856|author=Timothy Templeton|title=The Adventures of My Cousin Smooth|chapter=|edition=|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/17210
|passage=His Worship had indeed usurped all the modern appliances of flunkeydom.
Translation: it » flunkeydom
Translation: vi » flunkeydom