My amanuenses, my copyists, in Washington, have cost me a mint of money.
Amanuenses were summoned, who took down those dying admonitions, and in the time of Tacitus they still were extant.
Milton dictated that immortal poem, "Paradise Lost," his daughters being his amanuenses; but Milton was then blind.
Beyond a question more writers than we ever dreamed are only amanuenses of the Astute Author.
He employed six amanuenses, not a large number of assistants for a task of such magnitude.
Amanuenses of sorts are one thing, ladies with private information about the peerage another.
When the expence of amanuenses and paper, and other articles are deducted, his clear profit was very inconsiderable.
He handed me three letters, all from men who once were slaves, not written by them individually, but by amanuenses.
The custom of employing women as amanuenses has grown very largely of late years.
Immediately below and flanking him on either hand sat two mute cowled figures to do the office of amanuenses.