Sycophant and Zealot

Sycophant

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Sycophant noun – A person who flatters another in order to get ahead.
Usage example: when her career was riding high, the self-deluded actress often mistook sycophants for true friends

Zealot and sycophant are semantically related in supporter topic. In some cases you can use "Zealot" instead a noun "Sycophant".
Nearby Words: sycophancy, sycophantic
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Zealot

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Zealot noun – One who is intensely or excessively devoted to a cause.
Sycophant and zealot are semantically related in supporter topic. Sometimes you can use "Sycophant" instead a noun "Zealot".
Nearby Words: zealous, zealotry
Synonyms for Zealot

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cowardly cowardly sycophant cowardly zealot
self-righteous self-righteous sycophant self-righteous zealot
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