Follow and Pilot


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Follow verb – To go after or on the track of.
Usage example: let's follow the boys to their hiding place

Pilot is an antonym for follow.
Nearby Words: following, follower, followed
Antonyms for Follow


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Pilot verb – To point out the way for (someone) especially from a position in front.
Usage example: the lead rider piloted the rest of the team

Follow is an antonym for pilot.
Nearby Words: piloted, piloting, pilotage, pilothouse
Antonyms for Pilot
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Common collocations

model follow model pilot model
form follow form pilot form
protagonist follow protagonist pilot protagonist

Both words in one sentence

  • Follow That Car Fantômas Unleashed is probably the only film so far where a character orders the pilot of a plane to "follow that car".
  • Follow That Car Inverted in the pilot of Acapulco HEAT; the cab driver tells the good guys to get in so they can follow the bad guys.
  • Series / Barney Miller This was a backdoor pilot for a proposed spinoff series called "Off Duty" which would follow the detectives' lives away from work.
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Pilot or Follow. 2016. Accessed October 23, 2020.

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