Word of the Day – May 18 – Acolyte

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Noun: Acolyte (AK-uh-lyte)

Definition: One who assists a member of the clergy in a liturgical service by performing minor duties: one who attends or assists : follower

Sample sentence: The lawyer arrived in court with an acolyte in tow, an eager young attorney who looked at her with obvious admiration.

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