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A lot of the movie Bonds seemed to enjoy the perks of being a secret agent.

The most important aspect might have nothing to do with which actor plays the famous secret agent but what the new era will attempt to portray.

Like in the original, players follow Razputin “Raz” Aquato as he uses familiar psychic powers and some newfound skills to brave the intern program with the Psychonauts, a group of international secret agents.

To a child pretending to be a secret agent, it’s a handy fake mustache.

The club is led by Elizabeth, a quick-witted, acerbic former secret agent.

Those performances were the reason, Hitch said, he was less satisfied with Secret Agent than with Rebecca.

He allegedly claimed he was a secret agent whose job was to protect them from their enemies.

As the war began, he started a series of novels featuring secret agent Gregory Sallust.

The Nazis rated him their best spy in England; the Brits said he was the greatest secret agent of the war.

Hurst has since said the newspaper may have been looking for information about a famous secret agent known as Stakeknife.

About the same time congress sent Deane to France as a secret agent.

The man who advocates "one big strike" to destroy our capital is the secret agent of starvation.

To some he said that he was a secret agent of the government, to others that he only meant to start a new pioneer settlement.

She was a secret agent—there was no doubt—working probably in the service of the Dalmatian government.

The Government offered me a well paid commission to act as its secret agent.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to secret agent, such as: informer, intelligence agent, operative, spy, undercover agent, and cloak-and-dagger man.

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