water boy


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  • noun

Synonyms for water boy

an assistant who supplies drinking water

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The East Georgia Rebels dipped deep into their pockets, too, as their water boy hand-de livered a jar filled to the brim with donations from their community right before the game.
A football team water boy discovers he has a unique tackling ability and becomes a member of the team.
You can go from a Grammy winner to a water boy when you walk in the Kodak Theatre on Oscar night," he said.
The youngster had no problem staying focused in the heat of the Middle East, though, because New Zealand fly-half Carter was his team's water boy.
I even joined the football team as a water boy because he was the assistant coach.
The water boy ran on and knocked Henry flat on his backside and injured him," said Cullen.
My grandfather began his part of the rebellion as a water boy on the front lines.
John Herrera, the camp water boy, had picked us up at the airport and drove us to the office.
When throats were parched and lips were dry or cracking, Gunga Din never failed to arrive with cold, clear water; just like the water boy of Kipling's famous poem.
As he walked, he watched each and every play, the move of every player, trainer, coach and water boy.
Jones, who didn't feature in any of the pre-season action, took up the role of water boy in London in a watching brief.
But there was no sign of their other big stars with fly-half Rhys Priestland sitting in the stand with the coaches and Barclay acting as a water boy.
He went on to produce TV sitcoms including the popular MacGyver and later appeared in horror franchise Scream in 1996 and comedy The Water Boy in 1998.
At times during the season I have been a kit man, water boy, coach, player, assistant coach and all the rest of it.