colleague


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Synonyms for colleague

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

one who is united in a relationship with another

Synonyms for colleague

an associate that one works with

a person who is member of one's class or profession

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I at once came to Norfolk with my friend and colleague, Dr.
Smith and his colleague exchanged glances, and the latter drew his chief on one side.
The chief of the deputation of the burghers was then heard addressing an interpellation to Mynheer Bowelt, whom he requested to let them know where the other deputies, his colleagues, were.
The Parisian director approached his English colleague, and looked at him with grave and anxious scrutiny.
Night came; the laborers were dismissed; Benjamin and his two colleagues worked on by lamplight.
Either his colleague's intellect was in a failing state--or his colleague had some purpose in view which had not openly asserted itself yet.
I am sorry to contradict my famous friend and colleague," said the Owl, "but as far as I'm concerned, I think that when the dead weep, it means they do not want to die.
Today I sat before my colleagues like a bear's cub or a plucked sparrow, so that I fairly burned with shame.
Names came up in our talk, names of our colleagues in the same employ, and, naturally enough, I asked after P-.
Fouquet took leave of his colleagues upon the stairs, saying: -- "Messieurs
He soon found, however, that matters had gone too far, and the minds of his colleagues had become too firmly bent upon the measure, to render any opposition of avail.
For which purpose, the wiser sort of great persons, bring in ever upon the stage somebody upon whom to derive the envy, that would come upon themselves; sometimes upon ministers and servants; sometimes upon colleagues and associates; and the like; and for that turn there are never wanting, some persons of violent and undertaking natures, who, so they may have power and business, will take it at any cost.
The ignorance of his colleagues, the weakness and insignificance of his opponents, the frankness of his falsehoods, and the dazzling and self-confident limitations of this man raise him to the head of the army.
As a member of parliament, he set an example which might have been followed with advantage by many of his colleagues.
Seeing the Orator fall dead of what they supposed to be atrophy of the organ of common-sense, his colleagues resolved that whenever they should adjourn because they were tired, it should be out of respect to the memory of him who had so frequently made them so.