verb. To restore a fellow citizen to their proper role as a personal assistant. Or a stooge.
Real citation: "Turning heel on Shawn Michaels and "re-lackey-izing" Randall Orton (whose lone value seems to be as a mostly-mute second fiddle) as part of a new Evolution, anyone?
(Rick Sciaia, May 18, 2007, Online Onslaught, http://www.onlineonslaught.com/columns/oo/20070518.shtml)
Made-up citation: "Being a freelancer has a lot of perks, but I could be re-lackey-ized by the corporate teat for the right price. Or any price. Please hold me."