Deputies [noun]

Definition of Deputies:

assistant, agent

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Sentence/Example of Deputies:

The Sheriff’s deputy ordered her to sign a ticket containing a promise to appear in court several months later.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department investigated and not only cleared Graham of battery — deputies went on to charge the woman with filing a false police report.

Erik Caldwell, the city’s deputy chief operating officer, followed up and here’s a summary.

Joe Levanthal, a Republican and former ethics commissioner, and Marni von Wilpert, a Democrat and deputy city attorney, advanced through the March primary.

Been is New York City’s deputy mayor for housing and economic development.

She’s the deputy chief operating officer of a non-profit called Child Trends, which promotes evidence-based policy to improve children’s lives.

The door was opened; and the deputy stood back, while the son of the Duke entered the vestibule of the prison.

Indeed, he thought the Englishman was some important official and took Chumru for his native deputy.

The district headman is the deputy of the tribal ward headman to whom he is immediately responsible.

After a preliminary defeat he was elected deputy at the time when Sallenauve sent in his resignation, in 1841.