noun, plural aides-de-camp.
Origin of aide-de-camp
Examples from the Web for aide-de-camp
La Plume carried them, and no doubt, your aide-de-camp also, straight to the French.The Hour and the Man|Harriet Martineau
But when he heard about the child, he was playing the fool as an aide-de-camp with a royal tour round the Colonies.The Judge|Rebecca West
Colonel Audenreid, aide-de-camp, was provoked to find that his valise of nice shirts had been used to kindle the fire.The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Complete|William T. Sherman
At the same time an aide-de-camp from Marshal Liniers came to them with an order from the Viceroy to lay down their arms.Ponce de Leon|William Pilling
An aide-de-camp fell, struck by a ball, and all but the general fled precipitately.The Spirit of Lafayette|James Mott Hallowell