- n. Plural form of acolyte.
“Some of the acolytes, that is to say guests, like psychologist Phil McGraw, heart surgeon Mehmet Oz, Food Network star Rachael Ray, and interior designer Nate Berkus, became the anointed.”
“What kills me about Stern acolytes is the fact they talk about how oppressed and hounded Howard is.”
“While LaRouche himself is surrounded by long-term acolytes and low-level politicians seduced by offers of support, it is his LaRouche Youth Movement that most worries observers.”
“While Kaufman and his entitled acolytes enjoy fine dining and shopping and carry on as if nothing ever happened, the poor people immediately outside live in chaos and squalor.”
“The Bronx native might not have achieved the commercial renown of the golden era's biggest stars, but his technique endures, both in his prolific (but spotty) solo material, and in the bugged-out antics of major-label acolytes Ghostface Killah and Lil Wayne.”
“Chavez and his Latin American acolytes appear to be Cold War warriors from the Left.”
“Does that mean that all of his acolytes are anti-Semites?”
“There are stars, and they have acolytes, which is pretty much the relationship we have with them on TV, or in magazines: they talk, we listen.”
“Most science education takes a boot camp approach or is set up to train acolytes.”
“One of his acolytes is the current front-runner, a knock-kneed, unemployed Latvian schoolteacher named Georgs Jermolajevs, who has already pounded out 1,312 miles, each at about a 13-minute pace.”
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