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noun as in companion

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I discovered during my research that peanut butter, when it appears in a cake at all, usually shows up as a sidekick to chocolate.

From Eater

It seems that Marvel is hoping to use multi-episode TV series to not only build former sidekicks—including Wanda, Sam and Bucky—into heroes in their own right, but to explore social and political issues in a more nuanced way.

From Time

Solar cells are more efficient when used with a sidekick called a solar concentrator.

Hoover, another ace and the best acrobatic flyer of his generation, was cast in the role of sidekick and backup pilot.

This shows up in initiatives like our new onboarding sidekick program and mentoring program, created on a belief that employees are limitless, unstoppable, and uncapped.

Originally, Cosby was supposed to be much more of a sidekick.

A president with job approval in the low 40s is a much less appealing campaign trail sidekick than one who is in the 50s.

If a sidekick is flamboyantly dressed in pastels or tailored velvet, he must be morally corruptible.

He also took some swipes at his former White Stripes sidekick—and ex-wife—Meg White.

But he could also rescue his sidekick Brienne of Tarth from a bear.

It's even more interesting that his sidekick is a crooked electronics engineer or scientist.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sidekick, such as: buddy, accompaniment, accomplice, aide, ally, and amigo.

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