henchman


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one who supports and adheres to another

Synonyms for henchman

someone who assists in a plot

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The alleged henchman, Junrell Gamanay, had been tagged as among several suspects who shot and killed Rotoras, according to the Cagayan de Oro police office.
Powerless" Season 1, episode 4, titled "Emily Dates a Henchman," airs on Thursday, Feb.
Last year, he returned as Hector the Henchman in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
The third influential henchman is Efkan Ala, the interior minister, another Atalay protegee.
Joining Jimmy are Kurtis Stacey, better known to Emmerdale fans as Alex Moss, who will play The Henchman, Craig Ansell as panto dame Sarah the Cook and Hartlepool actress Victoria Holtom as Snow White.
Related to the prolific Green family of printers, he forged relationships with leading colonial booksellers like Daniel Henchman, printed for the colony of Massachusetts Bay, and published several key religious texts.
All 10 adults and nine children living at the three-decker off Henchman Street opposite Ad Care Hospital require full emergency assistance, Ms.
Summary: Iraq has executed Ali Hassan al-Majeed, the Saddam Hussein henchman widely known as "Chemical Ali", for crimes against humanity.
Secret files from Adolf Hitler's henchman Heinrich Himmler reveal he ordered trucks loaded with "valuable goods" out of Berlin as the Third Reich neared collapse.
Underworld boss Shacklady, now 37, is serving a life sentence for murdering former henchman Paul "Casper" Fields during a gun battle in Alderley, Little Digmoor, in 2002.
Turns out the guy is just a warm-up for Bettany's murderous henchman in one of the year's most anticipated movies, Ron Howard's adaptation of ``The Da Vinci Code'' (May 19).
Magpies, led by the evil Slyekin and his malevolent henchman Traska, have gotten powerful and aggressive and are systematically obliterating other breeds of birds.
Barker's humor is in especially fine form: In one scene Carrion's henchman Leeman Vol, a disgusting creature with an affection for insects, loses some of the lice and worms living in his scalp (he calls them his "children").
A curious aspect to the trade show dementia was the reunion of Independent henchman Rich Novak and Venture shot-caller Keith Cochrane.
Particularly noteworthy were Philip Colucci as Renfield, Dracula's mad henchman, and Alexei Charov and Natalia Charova as villagers in Act II.