sy·co·phan·tic /ˌsɪkəˈfæntɪk ||ˌsaɪ-/
Syc·o·phan·tic Syc·o·phan·tic·al a. Of or pertaining to a sycophant; characteristic of a sycophant; meanly or obsequiously flattering; courting favor by mean adulation; parasitic.
To be cheated and ruined by a sycophantical parasite. --South.
Sycophantic servants to the King of Spain. --De Quincey.
adj : attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
[syn: bootlicking, fawning, obsequious, toadyish]