Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Turning to his aides he said, "Come gentlemen," and they followed him into the farmhouse.

Then they break into platoons, and are inspected, man by man, by the adjutant and his aides.

The Captain let his glance wander about from one to another of his aides.

Perhaps the aides carrying them were among the slain, perhaps this, perhaps that.

That will allow for two aides de camp and a private secretary.

These were, I believe, the animals that Jackson and his aides had ridden to the front.

And one of the aides stepped forward to perform the office of introducer.

“But you speak of the burden of your office,” observed one of the aides.

Exactly at one General Loomis with two aides stepped into his air-car.

He was flanked by the adjutant-general and backed by a brace of aides.