|one who follows, follower, trailer||tailer|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, devoted follower, janizary, Turkish soldier||janissary|
|(Informal) semitrailer, cargo trailer that is pulled by a trailer truck; tractor trailer, truck cab with an attached semitrailer; semifinal, next-to-last round in a competition; duplex house (British), pref. half; somewhat, partly, tractor-trailer||semi|
|act as lackey, man servant, obedient follower, servant; person who grovels, serve, function as; grovel before, be servile in front of||lackey|
|adherent of Babism, member of the Babi religion, Persian religious doctrine founded in 1844 by Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, precursor to the Bahai faith; demonic god of ancient Egypt which is portrayed as a baboon with an erect penis, follower of the Bab||Babi|
|adherent of Islam (also Moslem), follower of Islam, followers of Islam, of or pertaining to Islam; associated with the Islamic culture or religion||Muslim|
|adherent of the doctrines of the Bohemian religious reformer John Huss, follower of John Huss||Hussite|
|adjSouthern U.S., bend like a pocketknife, double up, bend sharply in half; do a jackknife dive, do jackknife dive//jackleg, fold trailer in on cab, incompetent person, large pocketknife whose blade folds into the handle; dive in which the diver double...||jackknife|
|admirer of the music of the German composer Richard Wagner, Junoesque, of or resembling the music or style of the German composer Richard Wagner, powerful, relating to Richard Wagner, Richard Wagner follower, Wagnerian, Wagnerite||Wagnerian|
|advertisement for movie, caravan, end of reel of film, go in trailer, live in trailer, mobile home, mobile house; vehicle drawn by another vehicle; motion picture preview, move something by trailer, part of truck, plant, somebody or something that trai...||trailer|
|advocate of Freudian doctrines, concerning role of sexuality in behavior, follower of Freud, of Freud or his doctrines, relating to Freud||Freudian|
|affect by witchcraft, bewitch; charm, tempt; enchant, of sorcery, of witchcraft, sorceress; follower of Wicca; ugly or vicious woman (Offensive Slang)||witch|
|ant that protects colony, army member below officer rank, be member of an army, dedicated worker, member of the military, enlisted man, one who serves in the army; loyal and active follower, one who fights for a cause, pretend to work, serve in the arm...||soldier|
|ardent enthusiast, follower, adherent; zealot, fanatic, religious person||devotee|
|attendant, devoted follower, loyal follower, page or squire, supporter of someone dubious||henchman|
|bacchante, female follower of Bacchus (Greek Mythology); crazed infuriated woman, wildly excited woman, woman member of Dionysian cult||maenad|
|be in favor of, support; stand for, intercede for, defense counsel; attorney; supporter, follower, proponent, champion, helper, legal representative, somebody giving support||advocate|
|being a follower, following||followership|
|believer in Jesus Christ as savior, follower of Jesus Christ, adherent of Christianity, from the teachings of Jesus Christ, kind and unselfish, male first name, pertaining to Christ; pertaining to Christians or Christianity, relating to Christianity||Christian|
|blow on something, device for moving air, device that produces currents of air; follower, admirer, supporter, enthusiastic admirer, fanatic, fire gun with repeated chopping movement, move air using fan, personal cooling device, separate grain from chaf...||fan|
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