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one belonging to a lower class or rank

Synonyms for underling

an assistant subject to the authority or control of another

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And if he had been once before mixed up with the police--as seemed certain, though he always denied it--in connexion with these thieves, he would be sure to be acquainted with some police underlings, always on the look out for something to report.
As one of these wretched underlings, he did his drudgery, sometimes abroad, sometimes at home, and long endured the various miseries of such a station.
It often falls to an overworked underling to act as the go-between--not a recipe for success.
The international community denounces this cowrdly terrorist action against civilians," Gentilone said in his cable underling Italy's support to Kuwait.
The Minister affirmed the policy is important for reactivating the economy, underling that the Ministry is committed to pay SHIHAMA profits.
The opposite is true: that the underling has only done such criminal activities because he believes this is the path to promotion.
The office strongly condemned such reports, underling that they are aiming at defaming al-Nujaifi's reputation.
Be careful," Eric warns Peter, handing his brightest underling a memory stick before he is escorted from the building.
THIS INDUSTRY COVERS ALL SORTS OF FAVORED FISH FOR CONSUMPTION BY BAHRAINIS AS WELL AS FISH ON DEMAND FOR EXPORT, HE ADDED, UNDERLING THE COMMISSION'S INCORPORATION OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO LAUNCH PROJECTS AND HELP MEET THE NEEDS OF THE LOCAL MARKET.
It was inspired by the writings of many of his patients--many of whom have epilepsy, psychosis or other affective disorders--and considers the underling science of how and why the human species has held strong religious beliefs and connections with art.
He was an underling of Hitler and Himmler: a cold-blooded, ambitious leader within the Nazi Party responsible for the planning of the Holocaust.
The nine studies comprising volume 1 explore the theoretical framework of copyright law, underling issues such as the moral justifications for copyright and the appropriateness of copyright in a globalized world, and the convergence and divergence of intellectual property rights in the context of globalization.
After all, they can probably get an underling to do it for free
85 in the first auction on March 4, underling the growing popularity of the new financial instruments, which gain value when consumer prices rise -- a mechanism opposite to that for ordinary government bonds.
For more than 60 years readers of all ages have been enchanted and bedeviled by this imaginary collection of missives penned by the arch-demon Screwtape to his underling nephew and apprentice devil Wormwood.