arselick

/ˈaslɪk/ (say 'ahslik)

verb (i) Colloquial (taboo)
to behave in an obsequious and sycophantic fashion in order to gain favour with someone.
arselicking, adjective, noun
Usage: See note at arse.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • arselick — vb British to flatter, curry favour. The verb, which may be transitive or, more often, intran sitive, is a more recent back formation from the noun form …   Contemporary slang

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