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Synonyms of 'usher'

(verb) 
Definition
to conduct or escort
They were quickly ushered away.
Synonyms
escort
I escorted him to the door.
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lead
He led him into the house.
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direct
A guard directed them to the right.
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guide
She took the bewildered man by the arm and guided him out.
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conduct
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball.
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pilot
Local fishermen piloted the boats.
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steer
Nick steered them into the nearest seats.
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show
Let me show you to my study.
(noun) 
Definition
a person who acts as doorkeeper in a court of law
He did part-time work as an usher in a theatre.
Synonyms
attendant
He was working as a car-park attendant.
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guide
With guides, the journey can be done in fourteen days.
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doorman
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usherette
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escort
My sister needed an escort for a company dinner.
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doorkeeper

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Additional synonyms

in the sense of conduct
Definition
to accompany and guide (people or a party)
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball.
in the sense of direct
Definition
to tell (someone) the way to a place
A guard directed them to the right.
Synonyms
point the way,
point in the direction of
in the sense of guide
Definition
to lead the way for (tourists or travellers)
She took the bewildered man by the arm and guided him out.

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