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Spell check of agent

Correct spelling: agent

Synonyms:
fastening, commissioner, procurator, aider, cinch, assemblyman, legate, boss, means, businesswoman, merchandizer, mover, businessperson, material, brace, bonding, commissary, chain, capitalist, vehicle, occasion, connector, helping hand, caterer, belt, advocate, spokesman, peon, strap, undercover, deputy, clamp, businessman, hitch, clinch, culprit, doer, clip, henchman, figurehead, band, abettor, vinculum, distributor, machinery, the House, accomplice, glue, wholesaler, chief minister, vassal, collaborator, consignee, receiver, skewer, twine, executor, supplier, weld, mediator, follower, aid, asset, stitch, saleswoman, attendant, licensee, extra, advance person, floorwalker, industrial espionage, pawn, menial, salesman, rep, alternate, federal agent, emissary, volunteer, junior, storekeeper, regent, rabbet, chancellor, hireling, hinge, nominee, spy, hand, adjunct, tack, binding, influence, seal, stay, vendor, monger, trigger, lace, fastener, salesclerk, cement, helper, string, latch, addressee, element, appointee, gene, dealer, chattel, middleman, operator, substitute, button, mole, administrative assistant, ally, cotter, instrumentation, negotiator, ancillary, backer, constituent, helpmate, accessory, anchor, catalyst, shopkeeper, the Commons, trustee, proxy, vise, benefactor, spokesperson, envoy, hook, nail, minion, factor, stand-in, solid, concentrate, serf, merchant, binder, performer, agency, broker, representative, exporter, ligament, pin, rivet, source, account executive, collaboration, double, underling, canvasser, marketer, fuse, knot, aide, component, chief executive, auxiliary, principal, spokeswoman, tie, cincture, zipper, partner, Chancellor of the Exchequer, wax, the House of Lords, help, filibuster, salesperson, organ, assignee, liaison, ingredient, trader, counterintelligence, functionary, delegate, hasp, stooge, divisor, assemblywoman, retailer, associate, collaborate, braid, employee, buckle, impresario, intelligencer, minister, contributor, thread, seller, ghost, diplomat, impetus, understudy, bug, alderwoman, mean, stuff, staple, mucilage, the House of Commons, subject, messenger, importer, matter, jobber, cistron, base, worker, steward, paste, splice, solicitor, mechanism, grapnel, attorney, double agent, hawser, operative, knitting, surrogate, mouthpiece, instrument, go-between, lock, proctor, alderman, arm, servant, promoter, suture, dispatch box, coupling, press agent, aide-de-camp, vice, investigate, factotum, administrator, acceptor, actor, cleat, espionage, snap, acolyte, brad, closure, lawyer, powder, clasp, subordinate, substance, agentive role, backbench, instrumentality, backup, guy, bond, flunky, second, cabinet minister, ministry, chaperone, medium, link, intermediary, cause, bolt, attache, ambassador, dummy, baron, tool, ombudsman, token, lieutenant, catch, spike, patsy, bracket, laborer, benches, assistant.

Antonyms:
chief, principal, inventor, originator.

Examples of usage:

1) The agent don't believe it. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

2) " Ten minutes from the station," the agent said. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) The agent protested that I would find it unpleasant to live so far out. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

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