follower : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person who accepts the leadership of another
- n someone who travels behind or pursues another
- There is no evidence that Filippino was ever a follower of the hellfire reformer, even though he was a member of one of the strictest flagellant confraternities in Florence for .
- They brutally murdered five of Khaalis' children, his nine-day-old grandson and a devoted follower.
- On election night, Obama signals that she isn't just another fashion follower, with a fiery red-and-black Narciso Rodriguez dress, but it's the shrugged-on black cardigan that .
- Osama bin Laden in ktla 5
In the new tape, bin Laden said European nations joined the US invasion of Afghanistan "because they had no other alternative, only to be a follower."
- David Cameron in The Press Association
I do think that the use of technology in sport can be a bonus,said the PM. "I'ma keen follower of cricket and tennis and I think the third umpire has been a great thing."
- LaKisha Jones in DetNews.com
I believe that I'm a leader, not a follower, and I just believe in being real, being who you are, and staying strong in your beliefs,Jones says in her "Idol" video. "I pretty much give it to you like it is, and what you see is what you...