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sycophantasy v. ˈsɪkəfənt tə-z

the use of a known unrealistic or highly improbable supposition to flatter, win favor, or manipulate from individuals wielding influence on the presumption that knowingly lying will yield benevolence from this pathological state through conceit
(from Latin sȳcophanta, a slanderer, swindler, from Greek sukophantēs, literally: the person showing a fig, apparently referring to the fig sign used in making an accusation, from sukon fig + phainein to show; sense probably developed from ``accuser'' to ``informer, flatterer'')
His repeated unsubstantiated accusations about rampant liberal violence was born out of his sycophantasy that it would embolden and motivate the conservative protesters to act with unjustified "in kind" responses.
by zenllama May 06, 2011
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