We retooled music, which sounds sort of small and auxiliary, but I think we figured out a way to help the audience.
None of this will be easily accomplished, and America has only an auxiliary role.
Here the adverbs, very and soon, separate find from its auxiliary shall.
The King of Denmark had despatched an auxiliary force to Hamburg.
Supposing that we had really been betrayed, or had been reported by an auxiliary cruiser, that would at least delay discovery.
When the yacht was released from auxiliary duties she was without a crew.
auxiliary verbs are used only for certain tenses, or form the entire conjugation.
He fancied he saw in Myles O'Hara an auxiliary that might prove valuable.
But there is an auxiliary power to keep the mill in motion, and that auxiliary power is afforded by the tides.
Some of these natives were employed as auxiliary troops in the Chilian army.
auxiliary aux·il·ia·ry (ôg-zĭl'yə-rē, -zĭl'ə-rē)
Functioning in an augmenting capacity; supplementary.
Functioning as a subordinate; secondary.