from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A close companion or comrade.
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- n. An assistant to another person, especially to one's superior or more important person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
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For Harry Potter, his sidekick is a white owl named Hedwig.
He dates a model, and his sidekick is his butler, a weedy ex-con of some kind.
Unless having a black sidekick is supposed to be some kind of magnanimous humanitarian gesture.
“Unless having a black sidekick is supposed to be some kind of magnanimous humanitarian gesture.”
His sidekick is really funny; the spirits force him to wear a samurai topknot in penance for his cowardice in the “battle league” and the reactions of other people seeing it never get old (I especially like the waitress who is so flustered she drops her serving tray).
The parker sidekick is a good one, you should chec it out on their website. google for it. hope it helps
After this, Taylor (and succubus reporter sidekick from the Nightside tabloid that is employing him) go out and do what Taylor does best.
An old sidekick is bitter he was left in prison after a battle goes wrong, so he takes an woman hostage to draw his mentor out.
"A sidekick is the last thing Indiana Jones needs."
I'm still working on the logo, and the position of sidekick is open.
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