Their auxiliaries, until the advent of the French, were wholly undisciplined.
They must be lifted up, and you can be of great service as auxiliaries to the advanced spirits who labor for their redemption.
There are eighty auxiliaries to the State Suffrage Association.
Surprised by his sudden arrival, they submit, and even offer him subsidies and auxiliaries.
The auxiliaries of the Romans; an auxiliary in a good cause; an auxiliary to learning.
Pictures and descriptions, however valuable as auxiliaries, can never take the place of personal observation.
There are whispers of "Bavarian auxiliaries" being hired for them, too.
Some of them were rather ashamed to acknowledge that their auxiliaries were inveterate cannibals.
They entered the Chinese dominions as auxiliaries against two rebel chiefs, but soon perceived they might become the principals.
But again, to allow the latter to disembark would be to furnish me with auxiliaries and render mine the stronger side.
auxiliary aux·il·ia·ry (ôg-zĭl'yə-rē, -zĭl'ə-rē)
Functioning in an augmenting capacity; supplementary.
Functioning as a subordinate; secondary.