follower


follower
noun
ADJECTIVE
ardent, close, enthusiastic, keen (esp. BrE)

an ardent follower of the sport

dedicated, devoted, devout, faithful, loyal, true

a true follower of Islam

camp
… OF FOLLOWERS
band
VERB + FOLLOWER
be, become
have

She still has many loyal followers.

attract
lead

He led a small band of followers to form their own community.

PREPOSITION
among sb's follower

He was not powerful enough to command respect among his followers.

follower of

followers of Christ


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