Antonyms for aide de camp

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But you were very right, Edward, to refuse the situation of aide de camp.

His duty as aide de camp over, Ronald rejoined his regiment.

The Colonel, as the aide de camp of the Prince, felt obliged to embark.

"His majesty desires to know if his excellency is better," said an aide de camp.

Montcalm's own aide de camp was De Bougainville, more famed in after years on sea than land.

I was courier, valet, and cook to M. de Vareuil, aide–de–camp to the General Marceau; both lie dead together before you.

A man, whom I suppose to be the aide de camp de service, came forward to receive me and invited me to sit down.

As he went forward I said to the aide de camp: "You can see for yourself, Sir, that my husband did not fire."

Finally, its purport, as stated by me above, is vouched for by Captain Ware as the aide de camp.

It was not at Toulon, as has been stated, that Bonaparte took Duroc into the artillery, and made him his 'aide de camp'.