Part of speech:
A person or group of persons assigned to protect someone from harm
An accompanying thing or circumstance; a concomitant.
A person who supports a political figure chiefly out of selfish interests.
(--- Now Rare) A convoy or guard
(Nautical) A wooden framework used to strengthen a ship's deck at the point where a mast or other structure passes through it.
A ship accompanying another in travel.
One who serves as official doorkeeper, as in a courtroom or legislative chamber.
Something, such as a pamphlet, that offers basic information or instruction:
Payment made by racketeers to officials or law enforcement to avoid arrest or prosecution.
A ring worn to prevent a more valuable ring from sliding off the finger.
The day of the month
A person employed to assist, live with, or travel with another.
An armed horseman; knight
In England, a country gentleman or landed proprietor, esp. the main landowner in a district
The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person.
A group of accompanying attendants, assistants, or associates; retinue
A set of linked mechanical parts:
A protecting escort, as for ships or troops
A ceremonial procession, as at a funeral
(Music) To perform an accompanying part next to another instrument.
To take care; give attention:
To direct the course of; manage or control:
Any of a diverse group of proteins that assist macromolecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids, to assemble and fold into the proper three-dimensional structure as they are being synthesized.
A guide who explains the history and chief features of a place to sightseers
An elderly woman who has charge of the girls and young unmarried women of a Spanish or Portuguese family
A lover or paramour
A man who is paid to be a dancing partner or escort for women
An indication of potential opportunity; a tip:
One that goes in advance; a forerunner.
A leader of a group; esp., a minister
To encounter; meet; come in contact with
To demonstrate to by reasoning or procedure; inform or prove to:
To guide (a ship or boat) by means of a rudder
A material or an object that conducts heat, electricity, light, or sound. Electrical conductors contain electric charges (usually electrons) that are relatively free to move through the material; a voltage applied across the conductor therefore creates an electric current. Insulators (electrical nonconductors) contain no charges that move when subject to a voltage.
A member of a board chosen to direct the affairs of a corporation or institution
The foremost animal, such as a horse or dog, in a harnessed team.
The part of a tool, device, or machine that leads or guides the whole.
To accompany or associate with.
To manage the affairs, course, or action of; guide; conduct; regulate
To schedule the order of (a sequence of procedures).
That which accompanies; something that attends as a circumstance, or which is added to give greater completeness to the principal thing, or by way of ornament, or for the sake of symmetry.
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