Follower

Definition of Follower

Fol´low`er
n.1.One who follows; a pursuer; an attendant; a disciple; a dependent associate; a retainer.
2.A sweetheart; a beau.
3.(Steam Engine) The removable flange, or cover, of a piston. See Illust. of Piston.
4.(Mach.) The part of a machine that receives motion from another part. See Driver.
5.Among law stationers, a sheet of parchment or paper which is added to the first sheet of an indenture or other deed.

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