The Latin word for a flatterer (_assentator_) implies no more than a person that barely consents; and indeed such a one, if a man were able to purchase or maintain him, can not be bought too dear.
n. - removal, especially crime of removing property. assentaneous adj. - acquiescent. adj. willing to assent. assentator, n. flatterer; one assenting insincerely or conniving. assentatory, v. - to state positively, emphatically