What is another word for stooge?

Pronunciation: [stˈuːd͡ʒ] (IPA)

The word "stooge" refers to a person who is used by someone else to achieve their own goals. There are several synonyms for this word, including puppet, lackey, minion, henchman, pawn, and sidekick. A puppet is a person who is manipulated by another and has no independent identity. A lackey is a servant who obeys orders and performs menial tasks. A minion is a subordinate who is loyal to their superior. A henchman is a trusted follower who carries out tasks for their boss. A pawn is someone who is used as a tool or instrument. A sidekick is a close companion who assists and supports their friend or partner.

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Usage examples for Stooge

And somebody else, probably a stooge of Makann's, was claiming that Bentrik had sold the Victrix to the Space Vikings and that the films of the battle of Audhumla were fakes, photographed in miniature at the Navy Moon Base.
"Space Viking"
Henry Beam Piper
And poor twin Joe-just another stooge...
"The Planet Strappers"
Raymond Zinke Gallun
And see how he managed to slide in that bit about corruption, right before his stooge handed him that bulletin?
Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire

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