Synonyms for aides

Grammar : Noun
Spell : eyd
Phonetic Transcription : eɪd

Top 10 synonyms for aides Other synonyms for the word aides

Définition of aides

Origin :
  • 1777, short for aide-de-camp (1660s), French, literally "camp assistant" (see aid (n.)).
  • noun person who helps
  • noun assistant
Example sentences :
  • Turning to his aides he said, "Come gentlemen," and they followed him into the farmhouse.
  • Extract from : « The Shining Cow » by Alex James
  • Then they break into platoons, and are inspected, man by man, by the adjutant and his aides.
  • Extract from : « Lippincott's Magazine, September, 1885 » by Various
  • The Captain let his glance wander about from one to another of his aides.
  • Extract from : « Boy Scouts Mysterious Signal » by G. Harvey Ralphson
  • Perhaps the aides carrying them were among the slain, perhaps this, perhaps that.
  • Extract from : « The Long Roll » by Mary Johnston
  • That will allow for two aides de camp and a private secretary.
  • Extract from : « General John Regan » by George A. Birmingham
  • These were, I believe, the animals that Jackson and his aides had ridden to the front.
  • Extract from : « Reminiscences of a Rebel » by Wayland Fuller Dunaway
  • And one of the aides stepped forward to perform the office of introducer.
  • Extract from : « The Hour and the Man » by Harriet Martineau
  • “But you speak of the burden of your office,” observed one of the aides.
  • Extract from : « The Hour and the Man » by Harriet Martineau
  • Exactly at one General Loomis with two aides stepped into his air-car.
  • Extract from : « The Sword and the Atopen » by Taylor H. Greenfield
  • He was flanked by the adjutant-general and backed by a brace of aides.
  • Extract from : « A Wounded Name » by Charles King

Antonyms for aides

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