(Interjections). Get along with you! begone! go about your business!

  1. Resignation (Substantives), retirement, abdication, renunciation, abjuration.
  2. (Verbs). To resign, give up, throw up, retire, abdicate, lay down, abjure, renounce, forgo, disclaim, retract, etc. (see 756); to tender one's resignation, abandon (oneself), send in one's papers.

    (Adjective). Emeritus.

    (Phrase). "Othello's occupation's gone."

  3. Consignee (Substantives), delegate, commissary, commissioner, vicegerent, legate, representative, secondary, nominee, surrogate, functionary, trustee, assignee.
  4. Corps diplomatique, plenipotentiary, emissary, nuncio, internuncio.

    Agent, factor, attorney, broker, factotum, bailiff, man of business, go-between, intermediary, middleman, commission agent, commercial traveller, bagman, colporteur, commissionaire, employé, attaché, curator, clerk, placeman.

  5. Deputy (Substantives), substitute, vice, proxy, locum-tenens, chargé d'affaires, delegate, representative, surrogate, understudy.
  6. Regent, viceroy, vicegerent, satrap, exarch, vizier, minister, premier, commissioner, chancellor, prefect, warden, lieutenant, archon, consul, Reis Effendi, legate.

    (Verbs). To deputise; to be deputy, etc., for; to appear for; to understudy; to ta e duty for.

    (Phrase). To stand or walk in the shoes of.

    (Adverbs). In place of, vice.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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