aide[ eyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF aide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIDE
An aide arrived with an order to Hertford, and then he loosed his eager cavalry.
“We ought to be in the City of Mexico in a day or two, sir,” resumed the aide.
Jeffords and the aide bided here on the heights with the Indians.
At the usual hour, his aide, coming for orders, rapped at his door.
There was no answer, and, opening the door, the aide glanced inside.
I went on that day as an aide goes with his general into a charge.
The aide—a favourite with his general—had ventured to demur.
An aide of Jackson's—Sandy Pendleton it was said—leaped to the ground.
He mounted the aide's and galloped back to Johnston, near the Henry House.
"When you want a purchaser for that horse, I'm your man," said the aide.