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Spell check of assistant

Correct spelling: assistant

Synonyms:
aide, companion, menial, ancillary, chattel, athletic supporter, backer, spokeswoman, token, proxy, yes-man, right hand, participator, clerk, henchman, substitute, sidekick, accessory, laborer, extra, garter, coadjutor, sponsor, aide-de-camp, bodyguard, suspensor, alternate, deputy, serf, delegate, pawn, hand, emissary, mate, confederate, stooge, minion, agent, worker, patsy, lackey, adjuvant, secretary, servant, dummy, second in command, jock, mouthpiece, representative, subject, accomplice, benefactor, gofer, admirer, associate, junior, low-level, chaperone, volunteer, avail, assignee, attorney, backup, standby, right-hand man, aider, acolyte, assist, functionary, man Friday, underling, stand-in, co-worker, vassal, understudy, ally, collaborator, follower, coadjutant, partner, helpmate, booster, envoy, adjutant, helping hand, help, helper, abettor, adherent, double, second, friend, subaltern, service, hireling, assistance, auxiliary, retainer, lieutenant, colleague, patron, adjunct, aid, flunky, apprentice, attendant, arm, employee, spokesman, champion, figurehead, helpmeet, surrogate, appointee, protagonist, jockstrap, ghost, nominee, appurtenant, subordinate, fellow-worker, peon, supporter.

Antonyms:
chief, hinderer, enemy, foe, rival, betrayer, commander, opposer, instigator, dominant, opponent, adversary, antagonist, leader, principal.

Examples of usage:

1) He would send an assistant. - "Fair and Warmer", E. G. von Wald.

2) He was assistant vice- consul and he used to go aboard the ships and talk his English. - "Command", William McFee.

3) His assistant engineer comes with his own carriage. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

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