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auxiliary
Definition:
Helping; assisting.

Synonyms:

adjective
accompanying
additional, adjoining, affixed, attached, besides, ornamental, supplemental, Adorning, along with, in addition to, companion, extra, secondary.
additional
fresh, supplemental.
all
auxiliary, subsidiary, supplemental, supplementary.
assisting
helpful, helping, serving, supporting, Aiding, Assisting, Cooperating, Sustaining.
instrumental
of service, of help, partly responsible.
relational
affiliated, akin, analogous, associated, blood, coincident, concomitant, connected, consanguine, correlative, dependent, germane, kindred, pertinent, related, relevant, adjunct, ancillary, attendant, supplemental.
subordinate
subnormal, second-string, Subalternate, second-fiddle, underaverage.
subsidiary
tributory, Brancher, co-operative.
supplementary
accessory, adjuvant, ancillary, appurtenant, backup, complementary, contributory, extra, reserve, secondary, spare, subordinate, subservient, subsidiary, supplementary, supporting, Abetting.
supporting
supporting.
noun
accompaniment
accompaniment, addendum, addition, adornment, appendage, appendix, appurtenance, attachment, brother, companion, consort, extension, fixture, garnish, ornament, secondary.
agent
actor, agency, broker, executor, factor, go-between, impresario, instrument, intermediary, liaison, mediator, middleman, ombudsman, operative, vehicle.
assistant
abettor, accessory, accomplice, acolyte, adjunct, agent, aide, aide-de-camp, ancillary, assistant, associate, attendant, attorney, backer, benefactor, chaperone, deputy, employee, extra, flunky, follower, functionary, helper, helpmate, henchman, hireling, junior, laborer, lieutenant, menial, minion, partner, patsy, proxy, second, servant, stooge, subordinate, underling, Aider.
auxiliary
accessory, adjunct, adjuvant, aide, ancillary, appurtenant, secondary, subsidiary, supplemental, supplementary, supportive.
deputy
alternate, appointee, arm, assignee, backup, delegate, double, dummy, emissary, envoy, figurehead, ghost, mouthpiece, nominee, representative, spokesman, spokeswoman, substitute, surrogate, token, understudy, stand in.
helper
accomplice, adjutant, ally, assistant, associate, companion, confederate, crutch, partner, supporter.
inferior
hanger-on, junior, menial, juniors, menials.
person
aide, auxiliary.
roundabout
indirect.
servant
aid, chattel, hand, help, helping hand, pawn, peon, serf, subject, vassal, volunteer, worker.
substitute
changeling, locum, locum tenens, procurator, sub, substitute, succedaneum, supplanter, temporary expedient, vicar, Succedanea, temporaries, procurators, changelings, dernier ressort, pinch-hitter.
supplementary
reserve, spare.
tool
jackal, jackals.
verb
subordinate
subservient, tributary.
Examples of usage:
  1. It does not invade the pulpit, but only stands as an auxiliary to all these institutions that touch the better side of our natures. – The Jericho Road by W. Bion Adkins
  2. " Let it be understood that there is no recommendation to constitute anything like an auxiliary asylum, such as Leavesden or Caterham, where large numbers, being brought together, can be kept at a cheap rate, and can at the same time be properly treated under medical care. – Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles by Daniel Hack Tuke
  3. In the familiar use of the second person singular, the verb is usually varied only in the present tense of the indicative mood, and in the auxiliary hast of the perfect. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  4. Then the great bell rang, and Clara, coming from the auxiliary chamber, put her head in at the door. – Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald
  5. Mr Proctor, who was very uneasy in his mind, and much afraid lest he should be called upon to give an account of the Curate's behaviour on the previous night, had added himself as a kind of auxiliary to this judicial bench. – The Perpetual Curate by Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant

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