consignee (part of speech: noun)
deputy (part of speech: noun)
double, second, helper, acolyte, auxiliary, lieutenant, assistant, figurehead, backup, helpmate, spokesman, emissary, stand-in, servant, alternate, mouthpiece, dummy, proxy, aide, token, surrogate, spokeswoman, understudy, ghost, attendant, arm, attorney, substitute
- Still, the Lieutenant- Governor shrank from strong measures, and endeavored to remove one ground of complaint by appointing, as a nominee member of the Legislative Council, a gentleman who was believed to possess the confidence of the diggers. - "The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17", Charles Francis Horne.
- During a stormy session of the Committee a movement was under way to over- ride Mr. Nelson's wishes and present his name as the nominee of the Committee anyway. - "Frank H. Nelson of Cincinnati", Warren C. Herrick.
- Out of this great controversy the Whig party arose, and its first nominee for the presidency was William Henry Harrison in 1835, but the friends of Jackson were strong, and Van Buren was elected. - "Select Speeches of Daniel Webster", Daniel Webster.