partner[ pahrt-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF partner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARTNER
Easy there, partner; don't take both them hands down at once.
A partner has the right to draw out any, or all, of the partnership funds.
Is Mr. Bellmer handsome—handsome enough to be Nelly's partner?
But at the time--you see there was a girl, the daughter of my uncle's partner.
It seems fairly certain also that Heidegger was none too loyal as a partner.
The Little Doctor turned her glance resentfully to her brother's partner.
Elizabeth and her partner were "both well stricken in years."
But beyond his emoluments as a partner in the invention, Alfred Vail had no recompense.
It is, what can I do for my partner, how can I best make reparation to him?'
I have perfect confidence in my partner, and I am satisfied that he will do what is best.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PARTNER
- back up
- be in cahoots
- chip in
- comply with
- go along with
- join forces
- join in
- lend a hand
- pitch in
- play ball
- pool resources
- pull together
- share in
- show willingness
- side with
- stick together
- take part
- work side by side
- work together