Thesaurus / aides
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Two aides have endeavored this service already, and failed, their lives forfeited.

Love Under FireRandall Parrish

They went as aides in an ambulance corps fitted out in Dublin by subscription, but, once on French soil, enlisted in the army.

The Glories of IrelandEdited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

All day and all night Baumstark, the little undertaker, was working with half a dozen aides making coffins.

The VictimThomas Dixon

The government has fortified all their outposts, and His Excellency and two aides have been on the lookout for the coming attack.

Wilmot and TilleyJames Hannay

General Vaugirard beckoned to his aides, and again sent them out with messages.

The Forest of SwordsJoseph A. Altsheler

Napoleon sent one of his aides to Mexico to make known his intentions to Maximilian.

In this boat, which was "headquarters," were Brock and his two aides.

The Story of Isaac BrockWalter R. Nursey

There were three entrances to the room, through which aides and orderlies were constantly appearing and disappearing.

Then, turning to one of his aides, he said something in an undertone as he handed him the letter.

The Boy SpyJoseph Kerby

Frontenac and his aides were not in the least prepared to accept the brusque demands of Sir William Phipps.

Old QuebecSir Gilbert Parker and Claude Glennon Bryan


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