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Correct spelling for the English word "lackey" is [l_ˈa_k_ɪ], [lˈakɪ], [lˈakɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of LACKEY is LACKEYS

Definition of LACKEY

  1. To wait on; attend.

Anagrams of LACKEY

5 letters

4 letters

Common Misspellings for LACKEY

Below is the list of 269 misspellings for the word "lackey".

Similar spelling words for LACKEY

Usage Examples for LACKEY

  1. He whips himself to anger against the king by thinking of Herbert in the king's place; but lackey- like has to admit that mere regard for position and power gives him pause: Lord Herbert was too far above him: " There's such divinity doth hedge a king, That treason can but peep to what it would." - "The Man Shakespeare" by Frank Harris
  2. Thus far no harm I've wrought to him your son; But now I give you notice- when night's done, I will make entry at your city- gate, Bringing the prince alive; and those who wait To see him in my jaws- your lackey- crew- Shall see me eat him in your palace, too! - "Poems" by Victor Hugo
  3. The being judged by those they were appointed to teach seemed in itself little short of an outrage; but the part he was now playing was infinitely worse; he had actually come to show himself, to see if, when looked at and talked to, her Ladyship would condescend to be his patron, and as it were to impress the indignity more strongly upon him he was kept waiting like a lackey! - "The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly" by Charles James Lever
  4. A daughter of Este, who is worth six millions, has the right to wear a broad- brimmed hat and plume, to flourish her whip, press the flanks of her barb, and ride like an amazon decked in gold lace, with a lackey behind her, into the presence of a poet and say: " I love poetry; and I would fain expiate Leonora's cruelty to Tasso!" - "Modeste Mignon" by Honore de Balzac
  5. " Philip," he said to the lackey, " I need a suit of your clothes; a quiet plain suit, such as you would use if you rode on an errand for me. - "By Pike and Dyke: A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch Republic" by G.A. Henty

Conjugate verb Lackey

CONDITIONAL

I would lackey
you would lackey
he/she/it would lackey
we would lackey
they would lackey

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be lackeying
you would be lackeying
he/she/it would be lackeying
we would be lackeying
they would be lackeying

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have lackey
you would have lackey
he/she/it would have lackey
we would have lackey
they would have lackey

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been lackeying
you would have been lackeying
he/she/it would have been lackeying
we would have been lackeying
they would have been lackeying

FUTURE

I will lackey
you will lackey
he/she/it will lackey
we will lackey
they will lackey

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be lackeying
you will be lackeying
he/she/it will be lackeying
we will be lackeying
they will be lackeying

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have lackeyed
you will have lackeyed
he/she/it will have lackeyed
we will have lackeyed
they will have lackeyed

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been lackeying
you will have been lackeying
he/she/it will have been lackeying
we will have been lackeying
they will have been lackeying

IMPERATIVE

you lackey
we let´s lackey

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to lackey

PAST

I lackeyed
you lackeyed
he/she/it lackeyed
we lackeyed
they lackeyed

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was lackeying
you were lackeying
he/she/it was lackeying
we were lackeying
they were lackeying

PAST PARTICIPLE

lackeyed

PAST PERFECT

I had lackeyed
you had lackeyed
he/she/it had lackeyed
we had lackeyed
they had lackeyed

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been lackeying
you had been lackeying
he/she/it had been lackeying
we had been lackeying
they had been lackeying

PRESENT

I lackey
you lackey
he/she/it lackeys
we lackey
they lackey

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am lackeying
you are lackeying
he/she/it is lackeying
we are lackeying
they are lackeying

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

lackeying

PRESENT PERFECT

I have lackeyed
you have lackeyed
he/she/it has lackeyed
we have lackeyed
they have lackeyed

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been lackeying
you have been lackeying
he/she/it has been lackeying
we have been lackeying
they have been lackeying
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