coadjutor

Part of speech: noun

A coworker or colleague.

Part of speech: noun

Coadjutress, coadjutrix.

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Usage examples "coadjutor":

  1. He has lately taken a coadjutor worthy of himself, being another stray sheep that has returned to the village fold. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.
  2. " We will touch his pride, sir, since you think him a man of spirit," said the veteran, to his faithful coadjutor: " Give him a weather- gun, and show him another of his Master's ensigns." - "The Red Rover", James Fenimore Cooper.
  3. It is shared by my able and dauntless young coadjutor, before whom I can see a future so brilliant that you need smoked glasses to look at it very long at a time. - "The Boss of Little Arcady", Harry Leon Wilson.