assentator

assentator

(ˈæsənˌteɪtə)
n
a person who agrees or acquiesces in a compliant or fawning manner
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(80) Deriva da adsentor, frequentativo, <<souvent avec une nuance de flatterie qu'on retrouve dans les derives assentator ...>> (D.E.L., s.
When Folly prefers her own self-sufficient vanity to the services, of a flatterer, or "impudens assentator," she raises the issue of Plutarch's treatise How to Tell a Flatterer from a Friend, which Erasmus translated into Latin in 1514 three years after he published The Praise of Folly.
(98) Filelfo, 2005, 188 (Satyrae 3.8.66-72): "Non te qui scurra dolosis / artibus alludit, non assentator iniquus / te sibi conciliat, tua non patet auris inepto, / talibus occurris qualem te moribus esse / noveris et vita.
De quibus inuitus taceo: Malo enim, inter eos qui modo viuunt, tuarum maxim arum, clarissimarumq(ue) virtutum parcissimus laudator, quam inter posteros blandus assentator videri.