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steward

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of steward

  1. a person hired to perform household or personal services <the earl couldn't imagine how he'd manage without his steward> Synonyms daily [British], domestic, flunky (also flunkey or flunkie), lackey, menial, retainer, slavey, servantRelated Words butler, footman, groom, houseboy, houseman, majordomo, man, manservant, servitor, valet; handmaiden (also handmaid), housekeeper, housemaid, lady-in-waiting, maid, maidservant, wench, woman; assistant, attendant, companion, factotum, follower; dogsbody [chiefly British], drudge, gofer (or gopher)Near Antonyms boss, captain, chief, foreman, head, headman, helmsman, kingpin, leader, taskmasterAntonyms master, mistress




steward

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of steward

  1. to look after and make decisions about <will steward the city's library programs> Synonyms administer, administrate, carry on, control, direct, govern, guide, handle, keep, manage, operate, overlook, oversee, preside (over), regulate, run, conduct, superintend, supervise, tendRelated Words care (for), mind, watch; lead, pilot, steer; guard, protect, safeguard; micromanage, stage-manage; codirect, comanage





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