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441 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[f_ˈɒ_l_əʊ_ə], [fˈɒlə͡ʊə], [fˈɒlə‍ʊə]
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Synonyms for Follower:

assistant (noun) follower (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Follower:

  1. Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower Steve Jobs.
  2. All these boundaries- Africa, Asia, Malaysia, America- are set by men. But you don't have to look at boundaries when you are looking at a man- at the character of a man. The question is: What do you stand for? Are you a follower or are you a leader? Hakeem Olajuwon.
  3. I am a follower of Mahatma Gandhi. Abdurrahman Wahid.

Idioms of Follower:

  1. a camp follower

Adjectives for Follower:

  • devout and vigilant,
  • ardent and discerning,
  • hot-blooded and indignant,
  • loyal and dearest,
  • secret and fervent,
  • blindly faithful,
  • simple, minor,
  • sometimes reluctant,
  • competent and careful,
  • humble, devout,
  • once loyal,
  • loyal and conscientious,
  • gentle, humble,
  • particularly abominable,
  • somewhat absent-minded,
  • dumb black,
  • greatest native,
  • blind and superstitious,
  • more simple-minded,
  • quaint and original,
  • always happy,
  • poor faithful,
  • thy weary,
  • last mortal,
  • old african,
  • more fervent,
  • active and intelligent,
  • unready,
  • rugged old,
  • pert little,
  • good and faithful,
  • tall thin,
  • fourteen-year-old,
  • hot-blooded,
  • sturdy little,
  • elated,
  • own immediate,
  • saddened,
  • absent-minded,
  • long-time,
  • indigent,
  • great political,
  • fawning,
  • english-speaking,
  • sneaky,
  • amphibious,
  • unwitting,
  • vicarious,
  • inept,
  • simple-minded,
  • dapper,
  • godlike,
  • ready-made,
  • vigilant,
  • complacent,
  • degraded,
  • clandestine,
  • degenerate,
  • grizzled,
  • inconvenient,
  • consummate,
  • thoughtless,
  • unsuspecting,
  • playful,
  • sane,
  • pompous,
  • captive,
  • bourgeois,
  • capable,
  • simplest,
  • anonymous,
  • mediaeval,
  • reliable,
  • haughty,
  • suspicious,
  • dearest,
  • abominable,
  • reckless,
  • rear,
  • naval,
  • canadian,
  • cunning,
  • shadowy,
  • african,
  • weary,
  • oldest,
  • capital,
  • formidable,
  • subtle,
  • quaint,
  • steady,
  • temporary,
  • wise,
  • wooden,
  • remarkable,
  • older,
  • separate,
  • gentle,
  • fresh,
  • thin,
  • bad,
  • next,
  • great decorative,
  • true and worthy,
  • dark, secret,
  • zealous young,
  • far truer,
  • honest and faithful,
  • own loyal,
  • great and immediate,
  • brave, true,
  • young and enthusiastic,
  • old faithful,
  • own faithful,
  • brave and loyal,
  • more conscientious,
  • troublesome little,
  • brave and faithful,
  • more trustworthy,
  • enthusiastic young,
  • complete and perfect,
  • eager little,
  • more constant,
  • wrong-headed,
  • cool-headed,
  • plain-spoken,
  • more savage,
  • high-profile,
  • nervy,
  • free and independent,
  • hermetic,
  • more spiritual,
  • worthiest,
  • less fortunate,
  • uninvited,
  • dyspeptic,
  • stupidest,
  • subservient,
  • fittest,
  • punctual,
  • unromantic,
  • barefooted,
  • brave little,
  • half-witted,
  • law-abiding,
  • more famous,
  • intractable,
  • self-appointed,
  • perceptive,
  • discomfited,
  • convivial,
  • public and private,
  • pedestrian,
  • craven,
  • untoward,
  • harrowing,
  • doughty,
  • pliant,
  • seedy,
  • deluded,
  • bravest,
  • tenacious,
  • credulous,
  • scrupulous,
  • insatiable,
  • noteworthy,
  • observant,
  • jaunty,
  • perplexing,
  • motley,
  • gentler,
  • eighteenth-century,
  • inscrutable,
  • hushed,
  • up-to-date,
  • well-trained,
  • unfailing,
  • hypocritical,
  • astute,
  • aspiring,
  • candid,
  • temperate,
  • prostrate,
  • despicable,
  • one-time,
  • elizabethan,
  • unwanted,
  • erstwhile,
  • indolent,
  • impassioned,
  • uncompromising,
  • attentive,
  • impartial,
  • unsuccessful,
  • pretentious,
  • nondescript,
  • athletic,
  • fruitful,
  • inquisitive,
  • mindless,
  • brightest,
  • charitable,
  • profane,
  • whimsical,
  • resolute,
  • fearless,
  • gifted,
  • loathsome,
  • watchful,
  • adventurous,
  • breathless,
  • wanton,
  • austere,
  • decorative,
  • superstitious,
  • skinny,
  • reddish,
  • imaginative,
  • polish,
  • prospective,
  • prudent,
  • squat,
  • hapless,
  • conservative,
  • sour,
  • fortunate,
  • foremost,
  • hardy,
  • imperfect,
  • doubtful,
  • grateful,
  • genial,
  • conspicuous,
  • tattered,
  • ferocious,
  • worthless,
  • intimate,
  • joyous,
  • medieval,
  • fragrant,
  • infamous,
  • first-class,
  • habitual,
  • promising,
  • moderate,
  • ingenious,
  • legitimate,
  • lowest,
  • awkward,
  • inferior,
  • unpleasant,
  • heroic,
  • critical,
  • casual,
  • peaceful,
  • exact,
  • ultimate,
  • nervous,
  • inevitable,
  • effective,
  • ideal,
  • graceful,
  • ragged,
  • earliest,
  • coarse,
  • younger,
  • mad,
  • savage,
  • spiritual,
  • straight,
  • valuable,
  • extreme,
  • bitter,
  • absolute,
  • proud,
  • innocent,
  • chinese,
  • young,
  • minor,
  • gigantic,
  • false,
  • extraordinary,
  • old-fashioned,
  • typical,
  • sure,
  • real,
  • damned,
  • complete,
  • rough,
  • private,
  • public,
  • particular,
  • important,
  • tall,
  • sweet,
  • dead,
  • pure,
  • full,
  • strong,
  • fine,
  • unquestionable loyal,
  • loyal, zealous,
  • loving monkish,
  • gentle whimsical,
  • passionate and humble,
  • humble, eighteenth-century,
  • humble consistent,
  • ordinarily intelligent and imaginative,
  • sure and somewhat sour,
  • worthy legitimate,
  • genial, simple,
  • other hushed,
  • silent but loyal,
  • petty slavish,
  • worthiest and closest,
  • strong and unswerving,
  • submissive or blind,
  • exceedingly devout and loving,
  • austere and trustworthy,
  • ordinary, sincere and candid,
  • faithful but ill-fated,
  • faithful and extraordinary,
  • gigantic, ferocious,
  • humble and uncouth,
  • well-nigh inevitable,
  • zealous and sincere,
  • somewhat insubordinate,
  • sweet and charitable,
  • vassal, faithful,
  • enthusiastic would-be,
  • aware thy,
  • perplexed and perplexing,
  • nervous and awkward,
  • zealous and unscrupulous,
  • avowed and enthusiastic,
  • barefooted, tattered,
  • dumb and faithful,
  • enthusiastic personal,
  • faithful personal,
  • silent and observant,
  • somewhat intractable,
  • humble, sincere,
  • devout and loving,
  • exceedingly devout,
  • more insatiable,
  • grateful and submissive,
  • strict and constant,
  • intelligent, useful,
  • meek, humble,
  • scarce inferior,
  • intelligent and imaginative,
  • silent, inscrutable,
  • obscure chinese,
  • less harrowing,
  • poor, half-witted,
  • sincere and enthusiastic,
  • simple and loyal,
  • somewhat sour,
  • straight and regular,
  • humble but faithful,
  • sincere and candid,
  • humble and unworthy,
  • careful, conscientious,
  • faithful and humble,
  • fierce, silent,
  • faithful and trustworthy,
  • devout and faithful,
  • ordinarily intelligent,
  • real and honest,
  • last bold,
  • sincere and humble,
  • favorite young,
  • shabby female,
  • perverse and contemptible,
  • valiant or loyal,
  • perplexed but laborious,
  • unfortunate and loyal,
  • more unshackled,
  • selfish and willful,
  • enthusiastic and thoroughgoing,
  • last and most faithful,
  • pious and truthful,
  • semi-loyal,
  • intensely partisan,
  • great, exalted,
  • more down-to-earth,
  • stout-hearted old,
  • faithful and loyal,
  • poor humble,
  • greek-speaking,
  • true and loyal,
  • down-to-earth,
  • more faithful,
  • more effectual,
  • sycophantic,
  • sincerest,
  • unbiased,
  • egregious,
  • discerning,
  • out-and-out,
  • willful,
  • querulous,
  • perfidious,
  • partisan,
  • truthful,
  • incorrigible,
  • truer,
  • presumptuous,
  • effectual,
  • indefatigable,
  • erratic,
  • moorish,
  • contemptible,
  • impetuous,
  • laborious,
  • responsible,
  • perverse,
  • speculative,
  • exalted,
  • portuguese,
  • interested,
  • indignant,
  • eccentric,
  • nameless,
  • insignificant,
  • dusky,
  • selfish,
  • immortal,
  • wealthy,
  • ignorant,
  • veritable,
  • stern,
  • mortal,
  • desperate,
  • wicked,
  • grim,
  • clever,
  • invisible,
  • queer,
  • animal,
  • metal,
  • loose,
  • active,
  • latest,
  • cruel,
  • serious,
  • splendid,
  • quiet,
  • british,
  • powerful,
  • last,
  • chief military,
  • diehard,
  • meek little,
  • stout old,
  • problematical,
  • feeblest,
  • abstracted,
  • imitative,
  • warm-hearted,
  • well-fed,
  • mutinous,
  • monkish,
  • petulant,
  • considerate,
  • strictest,
  • abject,
  • disinterested,
  • agile,
  • inveterate,
  • ill-fated,
  • lifelong,
  • uncouth,
  • industrious,
  • closer,
  • voluntary,
  • skilful,
  • affectionate,
  • patriotic,
  • far-off,
  • dumb,
  • helpless,
  • emotional,
  • clumsy,
  • idle,
  • feeble,
  • gloomy,
  • petty,
  • youthful,
  • unhappy,
  • calm,
  • unexpected,
  • respectable,
  • decent,
  • singular,
  • solitary,
  • obvious,
  • stout,
  • practical,
  • average,
  • fierce,
  • happy,
  • brilliant,
  • male,
  • free,
  • german,
  • regular,
  • open,
  • dark,
  • certain,
  • vassal or voluntary,
  • instinctively imitative,
  • reverent but independent,
  • calm, considerate,
  • most worthy,
  • loyal and faithful,
  • suspicious old,
  • good emergent,
  • illiterate and rabid,
  • gay enthusiastic,
  • unworthy and humble,
  • truly devout,
  • more obedient,
  • crabbed old,
  • staunchest,
  • unobserved,
  • faithful old,
  • emergent,
  • inseparable,
  • fatuous,
  • disgruntled,
  • needy,
  • perplexed,
  • illiterate,
  • stealthy,
  • sullen,
  • illustrious,
  • anxious,
  • notorious,
  • worse,
  • notable,
  • mutual,
  • unconscious,
  • primary,
  • cheerful,
  • beloved,
  • professional,
  • excellent,
  • fair,
  • noble,
  • great,
  • unshackled,
  • proficient,
  • unswerving,
  • vassal,
  • implicit,
  • reverent,
  • discontented,
  • docile,
  • unwelcome,
  • strenuous,
  • unscrupulous,
  • belated,
  • belgian,
  • orthodox,
  • rigid,
  • eminent,
  • treacherous,
  • prominent,
  • smart,
  • foolish,
  • weak,
  • bold,
  • sole,
  • favorite,
  • individual,
  • late,
  • special,
  • original,
  • ordinary,
  • strange,
  • best,
  • ferociously-loyal,
  • thoughtful and eager,
  • less proficient,
  • good and loyal,
  • idle rascal,
  • more loyal,
  • thoroughgoing,
  • rascal,
  • canine,
  • poorest,
  • literal,
  • competent,
  • able,
  • loving,
  • keen,
  • sturdy,
  • obscure,
  • irish,
  • wretched,
  • nearest,
  • mysterious,
  • terrible,
  • french,
  • modern,
  • common,
  • good,
  • insubordinate,
  • slavish,
  • dutiful,
  • spectral,
  • mercenary,
  • seventh,
  • thoughtful,
  • gallant,
  • independent,
  • italian,
  • royal,
  • ancient,
  • notorious mercenary,
  • dependent,
  • ecstatic,
  • trustworthy,
  • nominal,
  • puny,
  • youngest,
  • fertile,
  • unseen,
  • careful,
  • lofty,
  • genuine,
  • true and faithful,
  • humblest,
  • lifeless,
  • willing,
  • valiant,
  • passionate,
  • intelligent,
  • successful,
  • military,
  • human,
  • less faithful,
  • meek and humble,
  • rabid,
  • diligent,
  • conscientious,
  • unlucky,
  • black,
  • obedient,
  • meanest,
  • reluctant,
  • closest,
  • troublesome,
  • female,
  • possible,
  • famous,
  • submissive,
  • unwilling,
  • principal,
  • old,
  • old and faithful,
  • would-be,
  • persistent,
  • unfortunate,
  • greatest,
  • natural,
  • simple,
  • servile,
  • confidential,
  • passive,
  • eager,
  • honest,
  • silent,
  • political,
  • meek,
  • consistent,
  • pious,
  • unknown,
  • obsequious,
  • immediate,
  • secret,
  • personal,
  • avowed,
  • staunch,
  • strict,
  • perfect,
  • fervent,
  • chief,
  • native,
  • brave,
  • avid,
  • unworthy,
  • fanatical,
  • useful,
  • constant,
  • former,
  • sincere,
  • poor,
  • blind,
  • zealous,
  • mere,
  • single,
  • enthusiastic,
  • worthy,
  • ardent,
  • devout,
  • loyal,
  • humble,
  • true,
  • faithful.
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