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Synonyms for assistant

Synonyms for assistant

a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

giving or able to give help or support

Synonyms for assistant

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I don't know that your assistant is not as remarkable as your advertisement.
Jabez Wilson,' said my assistant, 'and he is willing to fill a vacancy in the League.
They were willing to do their best, but Collins and his assistants achieved the miracle, if miracle it may be called, of making them do better than their best.
Never will a jumping dog jump his hardest," Collins told his assistants, "unless he's made to.
At the same time, the two assistants began to fumble among their hideous arsenal.
Meanwhile, the callous hands of Pierrat Torterue's assistants had bared that charming leg, that tiny foot, which had so often amazed the passers-by with their delicacy and beauty, in the squares of Paris.
In the evening, when it was believed the wounded youth had taken some repose, one of the assistants entered his tent, but rushed out again immediately, uttering loud cries.
Makar Alexeevich has the list," answered the assistant.
But Rostov bowed himself away from the doctor and asked the assistant to show him the way.
The assistant secretary had heard of Caproni and his discoveries, but admitted that he never had taken much stock in the one nor the other.
The tone of the Assistant Commissioner's remarks had been sour enough to set one's teeth on edge.
With fortitude, please God," answered the Assistant Pocketer, his eyes to Heaven raising - "with fortitude and a firm reliance on the laxity of the law.
Juxon turned to those present and begged them to leave him and his assistant alone with the king.
The assistant superintendent was so furious that for the first minute he could only splutter inarticulately.
Eady and his assistant were both "down street," and young Denis, who seldom deigned to take their place, was lounging by the stove with a knot of the golden youth of Starkfield.
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