1. associate, consociate, colleague, coworker, co-partner, co-aid, Sl. pard, U.S. Dial pard-ner; counterpart, special or limited or general partner, silent or secret partner, Obs. copemate or copesmate, Scot, and North Eng. marrow, Australian. cobber, yokefellow or yokemate, helpmate, helpmeet, Obs. helpfellow, right hand, right-hand man; ally, comrade, consort, confrere, sidekick, friend, Inf. pal, Inf. buddy, Chiefly Brit. mate.
2. accomplice, Law. accessory, Law. accessory before or after the fact, Law. principal, partner in crime, Sl. gun moll or moll, Law. particeps criminis, socius criminis; confederate, abettor, aider, collaborator, cooperator, contributor, cohort, conspirator, fellow conspirator, conspirer, conniver, participant, participator; helper, aide, attendant, acolyte, deputy, subsidiary, auxiliary, ancilla, second, henchman.
3. spouse, husband or wife, common-law husband or wife, Inf. better half; married man, benedict, bridegroom, groom, Inf. hubbie, Sl. old man, Archaic. goodman; married woman, wedded wife, bride, housewife, woman, lady, matron, Amer. Ind. squaw, wife of one's bosom, Law. feme, Law. feme covert, concubine, Inf. missis, Inf. little woman, Hum. rib, Sl. old lady or woman, Scot. Inf. wifey, Archaic. goodwife or goody; All Rhyming Slang. storm and strife, struggle and strife, trouble and strife, worry and strife, Rare. war and strife, Dutchess of Fife, drum and fife, Hum. or Derog. joy of my life; (in reference to one's girl friend) mother of pearl, (both in reference to one's wife) cheese and kisses, plates and dishes.

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