collaborator

[ kuh-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF collaborator

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The next step was to secure my victim—my collaborator, I preferred to call him.

It has been stated, too, that Cœlius had more than one collaborator.

"Boomerang" is the joint nom-de-plume of a Young Australian and his collaborator.

Henry softened the rigour of his collaborator's pen in something like half an hour.

Still, we think Wagner might have been mentioned as his collaborator.

But man is not the slave of fear; he is its collaborator and sometimes its master.

But fortune was kinder to Lodge than to his friend and collaborator.

My collaborator of the day in the woods offers me the use of his gig.

Why should it not be the collaborator of man's intelligence to-morrow?

So my collaborator has found it necessary to add these lines to my sketch.

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